Ray Bradbury Research Paper

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Every person in the world is born with different talent. There are people who are good at math, playing musical instrument, singing or cooking. One of the best examples is Ray Bradbury. He was born with the talent of reading and writing. Ray Douglas Bradbury was born on August 22, 1920, in Waukegan, Illinois. His father, Leonard Spaulding Bradbury was a lineman for power and telephone utilities and his mother, Ester Moberg Bradbury was a Swedish immigrant. (Biography.com) As a child, he was a huge fan of magicians, and a voracious reader of adventure and fantasy fiction. At the age of 12 or 13, Bradbury decided to become a writer to live forever through his fiction. He soon becomes of the greatest American author and Fahrenhiet 451, published in 1953 is Bradbury’s best-known book about book burning. (Biography.com) The journey to success was difficult for Bradbury because of his family’s finance, but it was full of love. Bradbury’s family had to go back and forward Arizona to search for works. They finally settled in Los Angeles where Bradbury learned and began to write. His father found a job for 14 dollars a week and this meant they could pay for rent, food and stay in Los Angeles (Wikipedia). Despite poverty, Bradbury’s early childhood was characterized by his loving extended family and built a strong foundation for his stories. All the great adventures gave him ideas for his scientific…show more content…
With all of Brabury’s works, readers consider issues about racism, censorship, technology, nuclear war, and humanistic values. Especially in Fahrenheit 451, readers see another the world where technology is over developed and people get envy with who learn and read more than them. Bradbury teaches us to live slower, join in the society, respect education and knowledge rather than totally depending on technology. It is not too late to change the way we live. Change it when you still
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