Fahrenheit 451 Book Report

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Ray Bradbury was an American author and screenwriter. He worked in a variety of genres, including fantasy, science fiction, horror and mystery fiction. American fantasy and horror author Ray Bradbury is best known for his novels Fahrenheit 451 a dystopian studies of future American society in which critical thought is outlawed. He is also remembered for several other popular works, including The Martian Chronicles and Something Wicked This Way Comes. Bradbury won the Pulitzer in 2004.Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury contains the elements of science fiction. Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury has an dystopian society. For example the mechanical hound is used to catch people who have broken the society’s laws, especially the people who are against having books. Montag is especially disturbed by it when he thinks it is suspicious of him. Also the surveillance state works because people spy on each other. Reports come in from people who spy on their neighbors and let the fireman know who has books. This is another feature common in dystopias society.Furthermore entertainment in Fahrenheit 451 has a major aspect of most dystopian…show more content…
Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury contains predictions and warnings about the future. For example the big tv that Montag owns in his house that hypnotises the people who are watching. Like his wife she was hypnotised by the tv and was talking to it like if someone was actually listening to her. Furthermore, there showing that the government will have full control over the people and delete what they have. They burn the books because they don 't want the people to gain intelligence from the books. Next the mechanical hound is a prediction of the future about that the government will gain the power to send out mechanical merchandisers to go track don 't there killer. Montage was chased by the mechanical hounds when he killed the captain. These are examples of predictions and warnings about the future that are found in Fahrenheit 451 by Ray
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