Fahrenheit 451 By Ray Bradbury: An Analysis

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While reading the novel Fahrenheit 451, i realized the author, Ray Bradbury described the role of censorship by putting together the personal freedom that one person has, to the freedom of expression that person was giving. Bradbury describes the right of the First Amendment and the rights we have as a human being. The First Amendment is about the freedom of speech that one person has for themselves. Once a man named Justice Holmes, said the meaning of the First amendment was “freedom for what we hate.” A role of censorship was played by sending a very direct or forward message that tells readers what may or may not happen if they allow the government to take control of what they do or do not read. I began to think about a book I read Students’

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