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Fahrenheit 2017

Rebecca Anne Renner


“You don’t have to burn books to destroy a culture.

Just get people to stop reading them.”

– Ray Bradbury

My students groaned when I passed out the books. 1,435 more words


Fahrenheit 451: A Review

In keeping with my previous blog, about The Handmaiden’s Tale, I’m sticking to dystopias. As a book-lover and a bit of a pyromaniac (the matches at home are hidden from me), it made sense to read… 311 more words


Book review | 'Fahrenheit 451' by Ray Bradbury

Spoiler alert: This review contains massive plot spoilers about Fahrenheit 451.

In a year when readers seem to be turning to dystopias for sanity, there seemed to be no better time to return to Bradbury’s sometimes overlooked book, … 465 more words

Book Reviews

Fahrenheit 451 – a review

One of the books on my ‘To Review ‘list is one that I read many decades ago, then decided to re-read recently. Most of you may know of ‘Fahrenheit 451’ in some way, but here is the Goodreads blurb as usual. 547 more words


Fahrenheit 451

Fahrenheit 451  by Ray Bradbury was published in 1953. The novel presents a future American society where books are outlawed and “firemen” burn any that are found. 178 more words


Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury

I had listened to this a while back but I wanted to listen to it again. It was a bit disturbing how some of it rings true to today. 295 more words


Lessons to Practice #6: Opening Lines

You’ve thought of your story idea, devised your main character and your supporting cast, created a basic outline, and maybe even written down your story’s central themes. 541 more words