Fahrenheit 451 Analysis Essay

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Analysis of the story Fahrenheit 451
One of the biggest questions people tend ask themselves is the one th8at no one can seem to answer, that question is how all these technological advancements are going to affect our future an if its for better or for worse. Even with all the new technology this question will never get answered. People cant seem to get over the old ways which isn’t particularly bad thing, but even with people doing the old thing it seems like the next day the newest technology comes out and that pace will never end.
All the modern day stuff that comes our way, Ray Bradbury the writer of the famous novel Fahrenheit 451 made a story that is shockingly in a lot of ways dead on about modern day society. The story is briefly about
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This quote shows the punishments the government puts on people for little violations. Second, it wasn’t a big deal for people to be killed it wasn’t an important job to look in each house to see if it was cleared.
Another major theme was how advanced the technology was and how it was used by everyone. First, they have electronic hounds that track people down if they are breaking the law “The Mechanical Hound slept but did not sleep, lived but did not live in its gently humming, gently vibrating, softly illuminated kennel back in a dark corner of the firehouse.”(Bradbury 154). This quotes shows how the technology was and how advanced they actually were. Second, they have TV’s that watch you and keep surveillance of your life.
So in conclusion the book Fahrenheit 451 had various areas of analysis about the main reasons this book was published. The main points of culture and how different a society would function in the future, and the themes of the story and how the characters were affected by all of it. So all in all I think that we need to watch out technology use and never be afraid to do thing the old
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