Fahrenheit 451 Book Analysis

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In the dystopian world of Ray Bradbury’s book, Fahrenheit 451, Nobody is able to read or learn, without getting extremely punished. Ray Bradbury wrote this book to show readers a dystopian world that we do not want to live in. This books also teaches a few lessons to the audience. The first thing Ray Bradbury teaches the audience, is too not be like one of the main characters, Mildred Montag. The next thing is too always try to learn things, and not to avoid learning, The final thing is that just because a lot of people are doing something, that does not mean you should too. Ray Bradbury shows the readers this dystopian world, to help readers change the world for the better, and not end up a dystopia.

In this books nobody takes the time to learn things, people only care about what is going on, on the screen. Ray Bradbury wants the audience to look at the mildred and the people living in this dystopia, and to learn to not be like Mildred, he wants the readers to learn things. It is known that Mildred is one of the main people in this book. She is disliked by a lot of readers for being oblivious to everything that isn’t a screen. On page 9 Mildred goes “How long you figure before we save up and get the fourth wall torn out and a fourth wall-TV put in? It 's only two thousand dollars." even tho Montag tells her “That 's one-third of my yearly pay." she still does not care and replies "It 's only two thousand dollars, and I should think you 'd consider me sometimes. If we
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