The World Of Fahrenheit 451
With his 1953 dystopian novel, “Fahrenheit 451”, American author Ray Bradbury said he was “trying to prevent the future, not predict it.” In the latter case, he may have succeeded, but in the former, he may have failed. Alas.
For in the 8 or 9 ways that characterize the totalitarian nightmare of Bradbury’s world, we have already reached half a dozen. And…
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