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Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury Part 1 The Hearth and the Salamander First of all let me start by saying that I have never read this book before I enjoyed it very much although I did not completely understand everything as it is in most cases with very intricate literature This is why I started reading Fahrenheit 451 again I will start by discussing Ray Bradburys diction the themes presented so far and the character Clarisse Personally speaking I admire Ray Bradburys style of writing He writes intellectual books that everyone can appreciate As far as diction goes his writing style is especially unique One of the parts in the book that I think is most interesting is One drop of rain Clarisse Another drop Mildred A third The uncle A fourth The fire tonight One Clarisse Two Mildred Three uncle Four fire One Mildred two Clarisse Bradbury 17 Although this isnt the main diction throughout the story it is very effective Its just random thought I like this because I dont believe we all think in complete sentences The most important aspect of this book is theme In fact Ray Bradbury probably thought of the theme before he wrote the story The central theme of the book is censorship Its saying that this situation is possible Technology mass exploitation and minority pressure carried the trick Beatty tells Montag Bradbury 58 No choice no controversy no problem everybodys happy or at least occupied Humans are no longer people but bodies The world depicted is absolutely frightening Although Clarisse simply disappears towards the end of the section she is one of the most significant characters in the entire story She does not follow the standards of society therefore is thought of as a danger She says to Montag The psychiatrist wants to know why I go out and hike around in the forests and watch the birds and collect butterfliesBradbury 23 Ironically enough in todays
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