Synthesis Essay Fahrenheit 451

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“As my bones grew they did hurt bad, they hurt really bad. I tried hard to have a father, instead I had a dad,” sang Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain in “Serve the Servants”. Which for Cobain was to reflect his weak bond with his dad, as it states how he didn’t have a father to guide him and Cobain’s severe pain from scoliosis. The scoliosis was a metaphorical stand point to emphasize how he had no one to help shape the structure of his emotional turmoil as he was growing older. Fahrenheit 451, a novel about a dystopian society by Ray Bradbury, perfectly exhibits this fading of proper parenting. Fahrenheit 451 is a novel in which depicts a future society of the US that is very corrupt and predicts events of the twenty-first century. One of which is the diminishing of tender loving care …show more content…

As a result, family bonding is decreasing and kids are not prepared with hands on experience. Parents want to be nice, so their child will love them more and they can be the “cool dad” or “cool mom” in the child’s heart. But it should be the parents’ job to step up and do what is best for the protection of a child, which can be read in Cari Romm’s online article from The Cut, “Is It Really Possible for Parent to Be Friends With Their Kid”. Also as the world to grow wealthier, it seems children are no longer enforced with chores and responsibilities by parents possibly due to the fact that they no longer appreciate the value of money. So in result they believe that money can solve problems and responsibilities. On a similar note, if parents were more aware of what happened to their children they would be able to control and know what their child has access to. This would have played a major role in the Florida school shooting. In the Florida school shooting a 19 year old teen mass killed 17 kids at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School as retaliation for suspension, all coming from specifically Time. The parents could have understood why it happened and actually prevent it, if they were

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