Theme Of Censorship In Fahrenheit 451

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Video games are filtered through a rating system that categorizes them into letter ratings. These categories are based on what the game contains. As well as a description of what the game depicts. The video games system of ratings should also be used for music rating instead of a sticker reading, “PARENTAL ADVISORY EXPLICIT CONTENT”. Music labels should be rated in the same way video games are rated, A letter rating and a description of what is in the music.
Video games are well age filtered. On every video game, there is a letter rating as well as a content description, which describes what is shown in the video game. The issue is not with the video games, it is with music. Music does not entertain any form of rating system other than the …show more content…

Censorship in Fahrenheit 451 relates to censorship in the real world according to CliffsNotes, “In looking at censorship in Fahrenheit 451, Bradbury sends a very direct message showing readers what can happen if they allow the government to take total control of what they do (or do not) read, watch, and discuss. For example, the government in Fahrenheit 451 has taken control and demanded that books be given the harshest measure of censorship — systematic destruction by burning. Although the books and people have fallen victims to censorship in Fahrenheit 451, luckily, some citizens remain who are willing to sacrifice their lives to ensure that books remain alive. As Faber notes in a conversation with Montag, "It's not books you need, it's some of the things that once were in books." Faber then continues this conversation with Montag pointing out that people need "the right to carry out actions based on what we learn [from books]. . . ." Because the government has censored so much in its society, the citizens in Fahrenheit 451 have no idea about what is truly happening in their world. A direct result of their limited knowledge is that their entire city is destroyed because propaganda wouldn't allow individuals to see that their destruction was

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