Examples Of Satire In Fahrenheit 451

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Dystopia as a genre is a literature of fictional writing tends to engage with social and political structures, in a dark and nightmare world. It is deliberately written to frighten and warn the readers and society’s fellow of totalitarian and suppressive government. Dystopia is a novel of enlightenment. It’s about the self discovery. It’s a social commentary based on particular event in history. It’s a kind of warning to the public. It deals with the most dangerous tendency or prevailed phenomena in the society often caused by political power and government authority, that is not objected or opposed by majority of the population as they are manipulated or sometimes threatened by the political authority. Dystopias often focus on a current…show more content…
They are so much into the new or recent innovated or introduced form of entertainment that they do not bother to think or know what is going on out there around them.They are so much engrossed into the propagated and completely controlled form of media that they are unable to think on their own and very much away from social life.Those who are not interested in technology and form of entertainment imposed by the authority are considered strangers, rebellion even threats for the…show more content…
Professor Faber is a man of values and believes in the ideals of old world in the book.He imprints the worth and relevance of books into Montag, and provides him insight of casualties and harms due to burning books,he tells him that by this they have not only lost valuable sources of knowledge, but also some of the important values,ideals and principles for a person to lead a meaningful life.Further,telling him the importance of books,said that books were also a means to record and preserve the history,roots of humankind and its cultural heritage.Without them we would lose our heritage and history.He also now and then inspires him and encourages him to change his perspective and see things in a new way.He helps him to understand things in the books and in the end he also helps him escape from the city. Depiction of Dystopian society in Fahrenheit
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