Fear Of Technology In Fahrenheit 451 By Ray Bradbury

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Fahrenheit 451, a famous novel written by Ray Bradbury, describes a futuristic society where technology is the community’s guiding force. In the showcase that the modern race has exhibited, the prevalent statistic of watching television compared to other hobbies is dominating. Technology is a diversion from the truly intellectual activities that could be taking place, like socializing with other homo-sapien-sapiens, or something as special as reading. In Fahrenheit 451, books are illegal, and wall-sized television screens are the norm; destroying enlightening literature is an act that takes place almost daily. When Ray Bradbury described this modern world, it was out of his fear of technology. Perhaps the human race should fear technology

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