Government Rule In Fahrenheit 451 By Ray Bradbury

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Effects of Government Rule In today’s society there are government restrictions on what you can do and not do but when are government restriction taken too far or is too much? Some government makes restrictions to make their country safe. However many don't, why?, well to just have power over the people. Bradbury's novel, Fahrenheit 451, is a book about a man named Guy Montag, who lives in a terrifying future where firemen burns books. Guy, who is one of the fireman, soon talked to a girl named Clarisse who planted questions on guy to make him think. Which lead him to get chased by the police and a mechanical hound who wants to stop Guy from escaping or to spread any ideas to other people. However just like in real life they're governments …show more content…

This is proven when the main character, Guy, goes to work to burn books from a house reported. When he and his team gets there, they found a huge library on a old lady house. They were putting kerosene on the library but then the lady lights the kerosene with a match, then guy and his team left the house and he thinking “There must be something in books, something we can’t imagine, to make a woman stay in a burning house; there must be something there. You don’t stay for nothing.” His thoughts shows how the government is hiding something that won’t make others think so they make the firemen burn books to not let others have a chance to think. He starts thinking why she stayed there and died with the books. By burning the source of information, people wouldn’t be wondering or debating on who or what government is better. Later Guy starts to realizing that the government has complete control and would destroy everything to have complete control. In the end Guy leaves the city with books but has the police and a hound chasing him, however he loses them and finds other people how are wanted just like him who wanted to leave to have time to understand books without government …show more content…

A good example can be seen on how North korea’s restrictions is token too far is on how and who can use the internet. Even if a hacker hacks the government system there wouldn’t be outside information like in the US, China, Russia, etc, in their web they are only allowed 10 websites that they could use only. The government made this decision to only have their ideas only and not have nobody’s else’s inside their government.The government of North Korea is obvious example that how a government could make their restrictions too far. These both examples are similar because of how the government takes their restrictions, to only have their ideas only

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