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When we hear the words sci-fi we imagine space ships outer space and extra-terrestrial settings but Fahrenheit 451 goes beyond that As readers we see what we read some of us can read between the lines and others of us simply just read Either way Fahrenheit 451 still comes off as an out- of- the -ordinary book but if we really read it and translate what Bradbury is trying to communicate the book can represent so much more Ray Bradbury conveys an anti-dependent theme by using symbols characterization and literary techniques to emphasize the setting of an electronic ridden world to display his point of view through his characters and open his audiences eyes to a world that has yet to comeIn Fahrenheit 451 Ray Bradbury combines his characters and his symbols to develop a world that in our eyes is ironic and horrid Surely says Captain Beatty you remember the boy in your own school class who was exceptionally bright did most of the reciting and answering while the others hated him We must all be alike Each man the image of every other then all are happy A book is a loaded gun in the house next door Burn it Burn all burn everything Fire is bright and fire is clean Fire destroys responsibility and consequences A problem gets too burdensome then into the furnace with it When we read this quote what do we make the meaning out to be That obviously everyone must be alike in all that they do In our world we are all different in Fahrenheit 451 everyone is alike Ray Bradbury through his characters is trying to scare his audience From now looking into the future it is seemingly impossible to all be alike Also in the quote Bradbury uses the symbol of fire The fire represents the cleanliness that is created once the problem is gone Fire is the answer
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