Fahrenheit 451 Research Paper

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The Old Man and The Sea and Fahrenheit 451 are written by two different authors that are very inspirational and famous which are, Ernest Miller Hemingway and Ray Bradbury. They are two different books, but have similar theme. The Old Man and The Sea is more realistic fiction, in contrast, Fahrenheit 451 is more futuristic fiction. The Old Man and The Sea, there is a man who goes to fish every day, but cannot fish anything. In Fahrenheit 451 is about a society that burns books, and one of the fireman triers to conserve the books. Santiago, in The Old Man and The Sea, was isolated by his society because he could not fish anything for 48 days, and they thought that he brought bad luck. There was a boy called Manolin, he was the only one who talked with Santiago. Santiago also isolated others for being unlucky person. It is evident when Santiago does not let Manolin to fish with him. “No, you are with a lucky boat. Stay with them.”(p 10) He refused Manolin’s offer because he knew that his bad luck, will affect Manolin too.…show more content…
Montag was a fireman who burns book at first. He was very associated with society. One day a teenager girl called Clarisse, change Montag’s mind, and make him to think about his job and about the meaning of happiness. It is more like he isolated himself, by choosing to read. Clarisse was an antisocial girl in her society. She thought differently than others, and that made her antisocial in her society. This is evidently shown when she says, “I’m antisocial, they say. I don’t mix. It’s so strange. I’m very social indeed. It all depends on what you mean by social, doesn’t it? Social to me means talking to you about things like

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