Fahrenheit 451

Questions about Fahrenheit 451

When rereading the book, what questions/possible troubles comes on your mind?

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This book is a dystopia so many of the themes have to do with trouble. The society has essentially become a vacuous wasteland of thought and meaning. It isessentially a society that I certainly would not want to live in. Rebelling against it ,even in the smallest ways, can prove damaging or even fatal.

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You need to submit each of your questions one at a time. Thanks.

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ok I will next time

I mean submit each question as a new question, not linked with an old one.

come again

Click on"ask a question" in red. Then ask your question. Do that for each one you need to ask.

ok thanks