Fahrenheit 451 is a book for a variety of people. The main age of when this book should be read is when a person is above the age of 14 years old. This book is recommended for ages 14 and up because of the content in which the story is told. Also the compression of this book is in depth and important to the making of our future. Ray Bradbury uses strong words that help build up the story.
This book is a dystopian book written in the 1950’s and having the book takes place in the 21st century. A recommended for this book is to people who are interested in dystopian novels. Also that the reader can relate the story to real life situation, for some things in the book did come true.
Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451 is recommended for university students who are taking politics, and to government workers. This book gives a warning to tell the government to not turn the society into a society like the book, where books were burned and not allowed in the society. This book shows the rebellion of one person, but if this book was to come true about the society many people would repel and read books.
This book gives a warning of being constant surveillance and to be careful for reckless drivers.
Citizens in the society in this book are under constant surveillance. This is controlled by a mechanical hound that is programmed to sniff out books and to find the owner of the book. This censorship used by the leaders of this society as an effort in controlling the thoughts of the people so that the books do not give the ideas in rebelling over the government.
Being careful when you are a pedestrian to cars is a major value to learn from in our daily life. People walk across the street without being careful. Even though there are speed limits, people drive recklessly and over the speed limit, killing many people each day. In this book, one of the characters dies because of a reckless car hit her.
Fahrenheit 451 is an...