Literary Devices In Fahrenheit 451

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The burning of all books that can give rise to self-thought is quite the outrageous act; this absurd idea is the premise that Ray Bradbury uses in his dystopian novel Fahrenheit 451. Within the book are many themes and among the themes are literary devices that help shape the theme further than just introducing them, making them more complex. One theme that is very prominent in the book is how censorship creates ignorance. There are many literary devices and elements that Bradbury uses to develop this theme; however, one element that reoccurs often is his characters and their point-of-view on the banning of books. Fahrenheit 451 is filled with many interesting characters, each with their own unique personality. Guy Montag is the main protagonist

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