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Fahrenheit 451 (AKA USA 911)

A few nights ago, I turned the final page of Ray Bradbury’s seminal work Fahrenheit 451—and found myself wondering how and where Bradbury gained his awe-inspiring prescience, because the dystopian world he created in 1953 is a little too close to the real world of 2015. 672 more words

The Writer's Block


Este impresionant cât de singur se poate simți un om, chiar având alături cei mai dragi oameni. Uimitor ce lucruri disperate poate face o persoană atunci când este “posedată” de această stare. 6 more words

Gînduri Abstracte

Love, Science Fiction and Understanding

I lived in a small town (Kiama, New South Wales, Australia) which had, for me, too small a library. It consisted of three sections: 822 more words


Ray Bradbury - "Fahrenheit 451"

An was können wir uns erinnern? An was wollen wir uns erinnern? Und wieso ist es für uns einfacher abzustumpfen, uns der breiten Masse zu fügen als denkende, eigenständige Individuen zu sein? 785 more words


Hello Everybody!

Hello to all of you bloggers out there. For those of you who are wondering, I’m Guy Montag, one of the main characters in Fahrenheit 451… 87 more words

Lunar Book Club: Fahrenheit 451

So now I shall do a classical horror story, Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury, the idea of living in this world…it’s nightmarish. Of course we kind of do live in this world already. 1,253 more words

Book Reviews

Things I Didn't Get About "Fahrenheit 451"

A week or two ago, the Curmudgeonly Lion was teasing me about not having read “Fahrenheit 451″.

As a book commonly prescribed for high school reading programs it struck him as funny that I’d slogged my way through a number of the classics and yet had missed this one. 844 more words

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