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Fahrenheit 451 Fahrenheit 451 is a science fiction book that still reflects to our current world Bradbury does a nice job predicting what the world would be like in the future The society he describes is in many ways like the one we are living in right now We are always demanding more advanced machinery and from the past we have grown into a much more technological society Lately more and more people not only want more technology they want them to be quicker Things such as quicker computers quicker connections to the internet better cell phone connections pagers cars with more power voice mail palm pilots etc are in greater demand People dont want to waste time anymore We want things done quicker without as much effort We want things to take less time to do them so we can have more time for other things Their society is exactly like ours Besides having advanced technological machines they also have much larger speed limits so people could get where they w ant a lot faster Clarisse and Montag make it obvious to the reader that they live in a fast-paced world when they first meet each other Before Clarisse runs into her house they notice how fast drivers go that they dont know what grass is or flowers because they never see them slowly she said If you showed a driver a green blur Oh yes hed say thats grass A pink blur Thats a rose garden White blurs are houses Brown blurs are cows My uncle drove slowly on a highway once He drove forty miles an hour and they jailed him for two days Their speed limit is so high that everything that they see seems like blurs They never see objects they only see colors Our speed limit isnt as high as theirs is but people usually go much faster than the speed limit is Another reason their society reflects
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