Fahrenheit 451 Dystopian Quotes

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Crack!! The smoke rises in the house. In Fahrenheit 451 it is a dystopian novel. The novel is based off the theme It’s better to know then not to know. This theme is shown throughout the novel. In the novel Fahrenheit 451 Feelings are never Show. The community is completely heartless and don’t feel anything at all, even when it comes to a loss of a life. In the novel, Montag’s wife Mildred has two machines hooked up too her. One in which is getting the green matter out and the other replenishes the blood. Montag was on the ground and said "His anger did not even touch them”(Bradbury 13). The thing that is clearly seen about this community is that the community is heartless. It also shows no emotion to tragic events. This quote means,…show more content…
There isn’t much experience in learning because books are illegal in this community. The schools are not common in this community and books aren’t in this community unless they are stolen. Beatty meets montag " School is shortened, discipline relaxed, philosophies, histories, languages dropped, English and spelling gradually neglected, finally almost completely ignored"(Bradbury 53). It’s clear that schooling isn’t popular in this community and books are not allowed in this community. 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. Mildred says“I forgot all about it”(Bradbury 45). It is clear that their memories are so tampered with that they can’t really remember stuff from the pass. The quote is showing that the community people have no memory and don’t know how the community use to be like they are basically brain
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