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  • Burning Of Books
    984 words
    (1.) Fahrenheit 451 The Temperature at Which Books Burn By: Ray Bradbury Copyright 1953 by Ray Bradbury 179 pages Fahrenheit 451 portrays censorship in the future through the fictional story of one man, Guy Montag, who undergoes an awakening by realizing the significance of his actions and the need to express the ideas that were bring oppressed by the future government. (2.) Guy Montag is a fireman who appears to be heartily supportive and contributive to the burning of books, which is normal be...
  • Change Societies Views
    656 words
    Wow it's hot in here; look even those books are starting to burn. That means it must be around 451 degrees Fahrenheit because that's the temperature at which book paper catches fires and burns. In Fahrenheit 451 the nice old community fireman are changed into a futuristic squad of government policing. Their jobs are changed from stopping fires to creating them. There new job is to take books and the homes there are held in and destroy them in a huge bonfire. These book burnings are to keep peopl...
  • German Publisher
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    In 1952, Harry Elmer Barnes wrote a timely article, 'How 'Nineteen Eighty-Four' Trends Threaten American Peace, Freedom, and Prosperity' as the final chapter of the classic revisionist anthology, Perpetual War for Perpetual Peace. Barnes analyzed George Orwell's classic novel as a work of prophecy and sounded the alarm to reverse the '1984' trends prevalent in the America of his day. Barnes argued that propagandists and 'court historians' were fashioning a present, based on a falsified and inacc...
  • Guy's Mind To The World
    747 words
    "Fahrenheit 451-the temperature at which book paper catches fire and burns... ". (1). Greeting readers as they study the title page, this quote immediately intrigues the readers, even frightens them as they realize the rather fiery and explosive nature of the novel. Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451, written in a frighteningly barren futuristic setting, explores an era in which there are no books or newspapers-they are burned, and those who still possess the forbidden material risk imprisonment or e...
  • House
    348 words
    Fahrenheit 451 In the book Fahrenheit 451, by Ray Bradbury, the main character, Guy Montag meets a girl, Clarisse McClellan, who will tell him something that will change his life forever. Guy is a fireman, who ignites fires instead of putting them out. He burns house where books have been found. The reason that these houses along with the books are burned is because the government of this society does not want its people to read books. He then talks to a girl named Clarisse, who tells him of a p...
  • Montag's Fire Chief
    1,604 words
    Title of work: Fahrenheit 451 Author and Date: Ray Bradbury 1953 Country of Author: United States Character: 1) Guy Montag He is the main character in Fahrenheit 451. Montag is a fireman who is a very important person in the fire department. What the requirement for firefighters to do in the story isn t really to put out fires, but to start fires. Thus the term firefighters doesn t truly go along, what they do is get calls of book hide-aways and to fine them and consume them with fire, and also ...
  • Firemen Start Fires
    986 words
    It is once in a while in the history of one's literary experience that a book comes a long which is so poignant in its message, so "frightening in its implications" [New York Times], and so ironically simplistic in its word choice. One of these treasures of 20th century literature sits on my desk in front of me as I type-Fahrenheit 451, by Ray Bradbury, the novel devoted to denouncing the adage, "Ignorance is bliss". This novel provides a glance into a bleak world similar to our own (almost too ...
  • Harry Potter Books
    588 words
    The Harry Potter phenomenon has taken the world by storm. The magical and mystery aspects of the serious has left many spell bounded but others outraged. The five book series has caused a protest among many Christian schools and religious organizations. The idea of making wizardry and witchcraft appealing to a young audience and promoting witchcraft as normal has sparked conflict between religious organizations and Scholastic, which publishes books for school markets. The five book series will n...

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