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Firemen in our world prevent fires. They put them out when they’ve already started, and stop them from coming when there is a risk. In the world illustrated in Fahrenheit 451, however, firemen start the fires. Why? So they can burn all the books the owner of the house had owned. They are ordered to do so by the government, which is a pretty communistic government. They don’t want people to be able to think for themselves anymore, so they took away everything they once had an abundance of and burned them all, replacing them with computer screens and virtual families. And anyone who still had those cursed things were either taken away to prison or were burned with the house. *READ HERE* One may find this analogous to a certain animated movie that explored the far future, in which all of mankind was deprived of their former living state and placed into an all-virtual world without any knowledge of their former life and no realization of a better life. The robotic tyrant was even willing kill another one of his kind if it meant remaining true to his directive and keeping everyone on his ship exactly the way he wanted them. This same thing happens at the end of the book when the firemen kill another human being who looked like the fugitive (Montag) just so they won’t look bad and so they will keep their community exactly the way they like. Maybe Pixar drew a bit of inspiration from Fahrenheit 451 for this movie, who knows?
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Hey! I see you've stumbled onto my page! Well, welcome! My name is Hannah, as you could probably tell by my username. I'm a Christian teenage girl (14 so far) who has a passion for drawing, filming, singing, acting, and writing stories. I've been doing the things I do for as long as I can remember. It's hard to imagine a life without these things being a major part of who I am. I am also a huge fan of Disney movies, and I do a lot of fanart and fanfictions for their movies. I also write my own songs and parodies (with help from my dad, of course). Oh, and I also take requests, which are TOTALLY free. All you need to do is give me a detailed description of what you want me to draw, and I will draw it for you. Simple. I guess that's all you need to know right now. See you soon!
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