Fahrenheit 451- the examination of the book from a philosophical apprach (examining why this book is an allegory)
Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury is an allegory. The plot of the book relates to censorship in the real world. Throughout history, almost all means of expression have been censored at different points in time. From books to radio to TV, there have always been steady influences of powerful bodies denying the public of points of view that conflict with its ideals or argue with its form of leadership.
In the case of Fahrenheit 451, if people keep books, they are considered criminals and are inappropriately punished. They are sent to jail, and their houses are set on fire to burn…
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