Examples Of Censorship In Fahrenheit 451

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By Barrett Jones and Wade RoznowskiBefore our class embarked on the book journey of Fahrenheit 451 our class didn’t know about censorship or what it did.The definition of censorship the practice of official examining books, movies, etc and suppressing unacceptable parts.This means the government can remove any type of movie or book. If the Material creates controversy it can be subject to be removed. This essay will give three examples why books not being censored can improve the world the book setting is in.In the book “Fahrenheit 451” books are considered banned across the entire country the government officials believe that books are a form of free thinking which is frowned upon in society. The firefighters in the book “Fahrenheit 451” …show more content…

And for the first time I realized that a man was behind each one of the books' " Page 49 - Montag. What Montag meant was you can connect with the author you can’t do that in the setting because books are banned.Another reason why books being censored is worse is people in our world couldn’t learn what other people have learned over the years biography wouldn’t exist. History couldn’t be learned because books are gone. People who keep books are punished. Not having books hurts the education system with books not being censored this can improve the world.I will now give our final reason for our belief.If we didn't have books people who are insecure or unsure about themselves can't find themselves in society this is damaging to our world. For example, say there is a person who is looking for a job he or she doesn't know anything about the career field. No books no information people who struggle to identify what their purpose is in life. The world without books would be bland,colorless, and the same looking. Free thinking is what our nation is built off of if everyone thought the same we wouldn't make improvements to our society. Overall books have helped us understand a lot about ourselves and the world around us.As mentioned in the body paragraphs, books are very important to

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