Examples Of Censorship In Fahrenheit 451

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In Fahrenheit 451 censorship is showed very differently. Usually firemen would be putting out fires, but in the book they start them. They would be called if someone is caught having books in their house, because having books is banned in their society. The books starts off with the line “It was a pleasure to burn”, stating how happy it makes them to burn books. The banning and burning of books creates a unhappy dystopian society. While Millie, Montag's wife may seem happy sitting in front of giant screens in the parlor and communicating with her television "family", she really isn’t all that happy. Montag had walked in on Millie laying in bed unconscious, just to find out she had overdosed on sleeping pills. The censorship also causes characters

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