Fahrenheit 451 Flaws

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Ray Bradbury highlights the consequence of mindless individual choice is his novel Fahrenheit 451. Bradbury creates a futuristic society in which all books and free thought are banned, and technologies dominate. The novel predicts the destructive potential technology can cause in both intellectual thought, and personal connection. These technologies are shown as a veil, screening society from real experiences and true thought. In Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451, humanity's flaws are portrayed through the destructive potential of technology in our society. Humanity's flaws in Fahrenheit 451 are portrayed through the main character, Montage, and the society in which he lives. Over time, the society began to lose their intellectual capabilities
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