Ray Bradbury 's Fahrenheit 451

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How would be the life of individuals’ under a dominant king’s kingdom? Answer of this question is the life of protagonist Guy Montage from Ray Bradbury’s novel Fahrenheit 451. Bradbury’s novel Fahrenheit 451 demonstrates how excessive use of technology affects a person’s relationship. Montage is the protagonist of the novel who is a fireman. Montage lives in a world where his job is to burn books, and initiate fire. The government is trying to outlaw the use of books in the city. Bradbury portrays this new world through the character of Montage. Bradbury describes Montage’s world where government is prohibiting use of books for the sake of their happiness. Bradbury portrays the issues concerning overuse of technology and its implications on citizens’ and their daily life. The restricted lifestyle, fake entertainment, and abuse of technologies have vital effects on individuals, and their relationships with their family members. In the novel, Guy Montage, whose, job is to burn books because it’s not allowed in their states. For those, who are caught using the book are punished and arrested. Instead of reading the books, the citizens have to listen to radio and watch TV. The novel opens with Montage meeting Clarisse, who happens to be his neighbor, both of the makes a friendly relationship. Both of them talk about the issue that they are facing in the society; no one wants to do anything to make this society better. One day, montage finds out Clarisse has disappeared

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