Fahrenheit 450

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Technology sure has got a good side and a bad side and has been explained beautifully in the form of poetic prose, in this classic novel, Fahrenheit 450, written by Ray Bradbury. The story takes us into the life of Guy Montag, who is a fireman by profession. He burns forbidden books for a living and is majorly unhappy both in his personal and professional life. There’s constant argument between him and his wife and to find out why he’s sad and what causes disagreement between the couple, you need to read the book.

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This book has surely transcended time and space and seems to fit the ideologies of almost every generation, which is a rare sight indeed.

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The book speaks at length about how excessive television viewing could cause harm to reading habits of viewers. This book which was written way back in the year 1953, seems have more relevance than ever before and resonates with people from all walks of life.

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