Summary Of Ray Bradbury's 'Fahrenheit 451'

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Ray Bradbury’s book Fahrenheit 451 is a future set book to predict what would happen later on in the world. Bradbury’s book concludes that the world will think of books as a illegal and having one in your possession will be ruled as a government crime. Bradbury also predicts that the good people will turn from their good ways and join the crowd of shunness. Montag the main character goes through it all. Montag has all this happening around around him and start to get ‘sucked in’. Society was seen as a future to Ray Bradbury’s book Fahrenheit 451 and has now became a current condition. This condition consist of the overuse of sleeping pills , increased suicide normalization and kids killing kids without remorse. Suicidal sleeping pills are shown undenied in the book Fahrenheit 451 by main characters’ wife Mildred. The current day show the increase of sleeping pill production and usages specially on the bed sides of women ( according to Psychology Today. Com). In Fahrenheit 451 Mildred uses the sleeping pills as a way of commiting suicide. The overusages of sleeping pills are starting to increase by the percentage and death by the bodies. Suicide by sleeping pills are common because the effect to help you fulfill your goal without pain. Your body will act as if you are sleeping until your internal organs shut down. Mildred is a perfect example of not feeling the pain and because of her failing the goal of suicide and forgetting about it shows there was no pain in her process

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