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Preliminary English Advanced - Critical Study of a Text: Fahrenheit 451, Essay

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In-depth essay using extensive technical analysis to support the thesis that Bradbury warns us against allowing the government to have all the control. I used this essay in my Preliminary Final Examinations and received 19/20.

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Fiction Speculative fiction Literature Fahrenheit 451 Social science fiction Ray Bradbury Clarisse Montag A Pleasure to Burn Censorship Dystopia Mildred
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Fiction Speculative fiction Literature Fahrenheit 451 Social science fiction Ray Bradbury Clarisse Montag A Pleasure to Burn Censorship Dystopia Mildred
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His novel serves as a clear warning to humanity to avoid these mistakes because a future that is controlled by the government is a dangerous one. Bradbury was concerned by the book burnings that had occurred in World War II and the loss of free speech in his own country due to Senator Joe McCarthy’s hunt for communists which led to many authors books being censored and/or banned. Bradbury saw this as a slippery slope to the world of Fahrenheit 451, which is evident through the theme of censorship throughout the novel. For example, in the opening sentence “It was a pleasure to burn.” Bradbury uses symbolism to show that this is a world that is very different, which destroys everything it disagrees with and the opening sentence quickly a...
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