Censorship in Fahrenheit 451

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“Maybe the books can get us half out of the cave. They just might stop us from making the same damn insane mistakes!” Montag is not only attempting to say that books are advantageous, but he is seeing them as hope for the injured world he lives in. Bradbury shows his negative opinion of censorship by depicting a society without books to be a dangerous society to live in...
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One of the dangers is not being capable to think for yourself. This affects the characters in Fahrenheit 451 because they just believe whatever their complex televisions say and never stop to question it. “The televisor is ‘real.’ It is immediate, it has dimension. It tells you what to think and blasts it in...
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