Importance Of Books In Fahrenheit 451

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In the book, Fahrenheit 451, it talks about a world where firefighters burn down housescontaining books or books in general. To please the people, the government, burned books in thename of their happiness. This saying that the government took advantage of what the peoplewere thinking and they wanted people do be engaged in their world and not in books that canteach them otherwise. At the end of the tale, with the war looming on, nuclear bombs shake thecity and destroy it and Guy Montag, the protagonist, and his friends survive the shake. They toldhim about the legendary phoenix that when it died it burst into flames but was then reborn,meaning that the burning of the books, the books will come back to show the world again.Books are very important

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