Fahrenheit 451 Quote Analysis

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Ray Bradbury’s dystopia of Fahrenheit 451 is an eye opener to all readers about how technology and censorship are endangering our own lives everyday. Carl Sagan's quote explains why technology is so dangerous to us now. We have not become wise enough to control it and use it properly. Ray Bradbury realizes this as he experiences the cold war in 1953, when the Russians used technology to oppress people. He explores the negative use of censorship and technology in his book, teaching us about how we need to become wiser before we experience technology’s advances. In todays society the only source of information is the media. If you can control the media you can control the population. This is what the government does in Fahrenheit 451. The government

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