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Farenheit 451 | Farenheit 451

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    The first time I read Fahrenheit 451, I had trouble sleeping, for weeks. I couldn’t imagine a society were reading was outlawed. An adolescent bibliophile back then, I’d think about Ray Bradbury’s dystopian tale every time I raised my hand in class to ask a question and a teacher told...
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Every several nights for a summer and early fall in the 1960s, Ray Bradbury would take the escalator up to the third floor of May Company's Wilshire Boulevard and Fairfax Avenue store in Los Angeles. Bradbury's dark novel ``Fahrenheit 451'' was being made into a film and he was famous for ``The...