The Role Of Man In Fahrenheit 451

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In the novel, Fahrenheit 451, the author Ray Bradbury commits a defensible crime in which the destructive machine objective denotes the truth behind reading and thinking. The role of a fireman which represents the eyes of the government is to deceive people into thinking that books is a danger for the society at which, given point can influence the mind of the individuals in respective to their beliefs and morals conceive by the government. Fireman’s duty is to destroy knowledge and therefore promote ignorance as a benefit to the government system in order to equalize the population and promote sameness. Books repressed the unfolded truth which claims reading and thinking is the disruption of the society. The author Ray Bradbury, addresses
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