Christain Student Essay

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Why did firefighters back then have to burn down books and burn down houses? Back in the during the novel how you know that people wasn't reading books and people was lying about them and they burn down the houses for no reason. Who came up with the idea burn books burn down the house who read them?

When montage had kill captain Beatty when they was fighting over torch. Back then too many people are afraid of fighters for doing the job. "So many people are. Afraid of firemen. I mean but you're just a man after all..." He saying he doesn’t know why people scared when we just all human but do different jobs. Don't be afraid of men kind. So many people are afraid of firemen, I mean but you’re ...view middle of the document...

Most of it I can’t understand what he trying to say.
What I think about Sam Weller is that when he said that I agreed with his texts is that “In Bradbury’s fictional universe, Big Brother is less instrumental in the censorship of books that the citizens themselves who no longer care about the joy of reading. They are too distracted by technology”. What that mean too many people with technology in the novel that they are too distracted and they don’t know how to do nothing without technology helping them because people can’t read our do nothing without themselves without technology. Because technology today is messing up young people mind because they wasn’t taught to do stuff by themselves they wasn’t talk to think critically and do stuff by them on selves and nobody don’t start doing it we not go learn.
What I agree in Sam Weller is that he sad that “Fahrenheit 451 was a books about the growing mass media and technology in our world”. Why I agree with that is because mass media in our world help out some people get though the day because some adults need it for work some children need it for work because of some projects, classwork’s, and homework and require them to use technology and require to do research on the stuff they have to look up. Then people in book in Fahrenheit 451 really need help with technology, for instance with cruise when she had the dug over those the doctor need help with technology and why so people upset with people in our society today using technology and because if you think about it technology in there on way is really helping us with the world and helping people get smarter and look because we come from a far path with technology for us to give up on because that’s very important to us.
Another reason why I agree with Sam Weller “As I stated in my first biography, Bradbury was a mass of contradictions. Here was a man who, with uncanny prescience, predicted flat screen televisions, 24 hours banking machines, teen violence, the demise of literary reading, and rising significance of technology in our day lives. Why I agreed with that because in the world still today people buying technology and flat screen televisions because young people are into those kind of stuff because we weren’t raise how to save our money, how to use it wisely because we are stupid with it and have no common since at all. Like my family told me “the love of money is the rule of all evil”. What they mean by that use your money the wrong way can lead you in some serious trouble.
Another reason why I agree with Sam Weller Fahrenheit 451 is because it has a lot of dealing with our society. How by technology taking over and people are crazy than they was before, that’s my opinion because people I America cannot do nothing by themselves unless technology is not in our hands. My opinion on Sam Weller is that he knows what he talking about when it comes downs to our society and people in the book are similar. How, by lettings things take control...

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