Economic Freedom is a undemocratic feature of Colonial America. Economic Freedom means that they do not have many powers in their democracy. They had legally restrictions “Doc 4 The lady’s law”. A work in progress would be Equality. Equality means that all people have the same
This shows how strongly he thinks the government is wrong in what they are doing. Equality 7-2521 is struggling to escape this city most of the novel, he finally does when he gets rejected by the council of scholars and runs off into the forest beyond the city. Another example of Equality 7-2521 proving the book is truly dystopia is by him showing the reader the negative aspects of a dystopian world on of these aspects is the lack of choice, demonstrated by the world council when they chose the jobs of the citizens for them. Some more bad traits Equality 7-2521 helps point out are lack of technology and intellect, lack of family and how most people have no
Oppression has become the normal reality for the citizens crushing their spirit until someone started to break the mold. Equality 7-2521 slowly confronted the injustice in his pursuit for knowledge. In Ayn Rand 's Anthem, the government is controlling society which started out with good intentions of equality but slowly became controlling by the suppression of human spirit, and the future societies stemming for this one will allow freedoms that they were previously denied. The original government wanted to prevent the violence present in the Unmentionable Times, so they turned to equality but, really, that became oppression because the human spirit cannot be willingly subjugated. Human beings are naturally curious.
It also shows that a lot of teachers are not heard of in this community. This quote basically means, that everything related to school was shamed upon and illegal in the community. The people in the community have no known thoughts that they deal with in the their mind. The people in the community have really clueless and have short term memory.The people in Fahrenheit 451 are completely clueless about life. They also seem like the have Alzheimer's.
The novel primarily focuses on a fictional U.S society within the 21st century, where books and literature are illegal. Books have been banned in this society due to the controversy over many topics and opinions. Rather than Fighting fires, firemen produce fires. The firemen burn the illegal books and the houses which shelter them. Throughout the story Fahrenheit 451, censorship has affected society by dehumanizing citizens, creating fear of individuality, and causing more rebellion, conflict, and crime.
However, in chapter 7, during the confrontation, Daisy quickly rethinks her decisions and states, ‘I did love him once – but I loved you too’. As Gatsby hopes and expectations of them being together breaks the audience starts to comprehend that Daisy contradicting statements is purely because she is afraid to leave Tom. Tom came from a wealthy family and was highly respected in society. Daisy knew that life with him would be luxiourous and entirely satisfactory in terms of respect and wealth. In addition, the author is trying to convey to the audience that Daisy is too secure in her marriage with Tom to even consider leaving it.
Dystopia is a place where everything is bad, much like the world Montag lives in. The ignorance in this dystopian society can be shown through dehumanization. The government has taken away what makes people human. They replace social interaction with television and seashell radios so you do not even have to socialize. If you do not have these things or enjoy them you are considered an outcast.
In both modern world and in Fahrenheit 451, there are books, but, in the two different societies, book are also viewed as opposites. In the novel Fahrenheit 451, books are viewed as a danger. In this society where the government has most of the control, book are scarce, only found in homes of people brave enough to risk their lives for these books. If the citizens refuse to leave their homes that hold even one book, they will be burned with the books, with no mercy. “Do you ever read the books you burn?” He laughed.” That 's against the law!” “Oh.
Everyone besides high ranking officials in Gilead society are not allowed to read or write. This allows the government to regulate what the citizens are being exposed to. The government of Gilead oppresses its people in many ways.
There is not supposed to be individuality. So it is a crime if you speak the word I or me because you are introducing individuality back into the society. This could possibly start a rebellion in the community and bring back individuality. Chapter III 1. A.)