Fahrenheit 451 Dystopian Society Analysis

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Dystopian society Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury is meant to portray a dystopian society. Everyone is considered conformist, instead of independent. A factor in a dystopian society is everyone agreeing with each other, and not having a say in basically anything.Deciding who becomes the president in Montag’s society is not a reliable and accurate process. As Mrs. Bowles is explaining how she decides who, and the rest of her friends want as president she says “‘compare Winston Noble to Herbert Hoag for ten seconds and you can almost figure out the results”’( 97).Where Montag lives, being independent contributes to dystopia. Everyone is persuaded by each other into narrowing down two candidates for president, and then picking out as a society
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