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A world of distraction, a personal challenge, the ongoing relevance of Fahrenheit 451.

So Ray Bradbury’s dark vision of an illiterate society, as described in Fahrenheit 451, has not to pass in the USA. Books were never banned, at least not here. I know there are many other countries where books are heavily … Continue reading

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A Smart Take on Fahrenheit 451

Those of you who know me or who follow my blog are well aware of how much I like Ray Bradbury’s classic science fiction novel, Fahrenheit 451. How cool was it then, to discover this new take on the novel, … Continue reading

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Amazing Writing From Ray Bradbury

I’m rereading Fahrenheit 451 and am once again reminded of Bradbury’s poetic stride when it comes to language. Here’s a great passage in which our protagonist, Guy Montag, realizes just how messed up his wife, Mildred, is, as he recalls … Continue reading

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