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Surname 1 Analysis of Fahrenheit 451 Name Instructor Institution Introduction The book speaks of a future which can be witnessed if books are banned and the law restricts critical thinking. This can sound like a good a future to those lazy people who don’t like reading and school in general. A future where people are dull, thoughtless, and addicted to television (McGuigan). The government has a role to play in controlling this condition and promoting knowledge and wisdom in the society among its citizens. Themes Violence and Order There is excessive violence in the world of Fahrenheit whereby teenagers are mostly involved in killing each other. Televisions are filled with violence to an extent that even driving a car brings the thoughts of speed and destruction. Violence becomes an outlet and cravings for such behaviors mark the dissatisfaction of the general public this is because violence is as a result of a reasonable reaction to feeling unfilled. This may be the future, but things certainly are not the way they should be or as The Jetsons wanted us to think they would be. Fahrenheit 451 happens in an environment of very strict rules and regulations where books are against the law,
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