Fahrenheit 451 (3 parts of dystopian)

Fahrenheit 451 (3 parts of dystopian)
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  • Citizens have to Conform
  • "A rarity. An odd one. Don't think the police don't know the habits of queer ducks like that, men qho walk the mornings for the hell of it, or for reasons of insomnia. Anyway, the police have had him charted for months, years." (148 pg)
  • Dehumanization
  • "They were like a monstrous crystal chandelier tinkling in a thousand chimes, he saw their Cheshire Cat smiles burning through the walls of the house, and now they were screaming at each other above the din." (93pg)
  • The Main Character Questions the Society
  • "'We've got to start to start somewhere  here, figuring out why we're in such a mess, you and your medicine nights, and the car, and me and my work.'" (66pg)
  • A dystopian aspect of the story is citizens having to conform. We see this through people who still read being taken away, people who drives slowly being sent to jail, and people who are different being killed to hide mistakes.
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  • The society is dehumanized several ways in Fahrenheit 451 . The first is that people prefer to stare at screens all day instead of talking to people. Next, parents don't care about their kids and if their spouse dies, they just find another. Lastly, kids are encouraged in violence and no one cares if they kill others.
  • In Fahrenheit 451, Montag questions the society in several ways. One thing he questions is if books should be burned. He also questions if he is happy and decides that he isn't. These questions lead him to the belief that something is wrong with the society.
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