Essay on Farenheight 451

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School 451

Mission Viejo High School

School 451 Concrete Details
1. “…they just run the answers at you…”

2. “An hour of T.V class….”
3. “But I don’t think it’s social to get a bunch of people together and then not let them talk, do you?” ­29
4. “Or go out in the cars and race on the streets, trying to see how close you can get to the lampposts, playing ‘chicken’ and ‘knock hubcaps’.”
5. “…an hour of basketball or baseball or running…”

Is Our World any Different?
The dystopia in Fahrenheit 451 is a lot like, and not like our society today. A similarity between these societies is that we rely heavily on electronics such as televisions. We constantly need the newest product to fit in with everyone else. In
Fahrenheit 451 the wife needs a new television after a few months ago they got a new one. Television is so important in the book that on page twenty nine of the book it says “an hour of T.V class”. They use it so much in their society that it is even a class! However, in this book it says that firemen burn books and houses down, but in our world they put out fires. Another

thing unlike the dystopia is that books are not banned