Fahrenheit 451

What assumptions about human character are the basis for this novel? (Hunt: What does Bradbury think about people? Be prepared to defend your answer.)


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This is a pretty detailed question for this small space. Generally speaking, Bradbury is addressing the human desire for consumption and vacuous entertainment. Instead of reading classic books and morality tales, people have turned to constant superficial stimulation. Mind numbing t.v. shows and drugs replace meaningful human experiences.