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Old 10-31-2006, 11:43 PM   #1
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Default Fahrenheit 451

I recently had to read the story Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury, and it really wasn't that bad. Actually, once I understood everything that was going on and analyzed it a bit more in class, I wanted to go back and read it again. It's a book written in the 30s (I think... not positive at all) about a utopia in the future, and it was surprisingly very accurate with all the minor details (i.e., big screen T.V.s, music head phones, etc.). But it didn't end up being such a utopia after, despite what most of the characters thought. Has anyone else read it? It's a great book to discuss, and I highly suggest it.
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