Fahrenheit 451

Fahrenheit is a relatively short novel. Could anything have been gained by including more scenes from the time before or after the events of this story? If so, what could have been added and for what purpose? If not, explain why not.

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I appreciated the brevity of this novel. Bradbury gives us a dystopia that we can relate to many aspects of today's society. Disposable items, emotions, relationships...are evident today. Instant superficial gratification is often the social benchmark of our society. More detail might have labored how easily we can relate to this novel.

Montag comes to learn that "firemen are rarely necessary" because "the public itself stopped reading of its own accord".Bradbury wrote his novel in 1953:To what extent has his prophecy come true?