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Fahrenheit 451: A Critique

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By E.K. DanielsPublished 11 months ago 1 min read
Fahrenheit 451: A Critique
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An incendiary critique of censorship and suppression. Set in a future where books burn, it feels all too prescient when writing has become an act of resistance and politicians ban books for votes. Bradbury’s warning against sacrificing knowledge on society’s altar is a chilling reminder of the power of information.

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E.K. Daniels

Writer, watercolorist, and regular at the restaurant at the end of the universe. Twitter @inkladen

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  • Grz Colm11 months ago

    Never actually read this one but am aware of its influence. Great job!

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