Tags » Fahrenheit 451 » Page 2

Audiobook Review: Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury, narrated by Tim Robbins

Guy Montag is a fireman.
In his world, where television rules and literature is on the brink of extinction, firemen start fires rather than put them out. 526 more words


Fahrenheit 451: A good message but too long

Man I feel like this is the accomplishment of the century. I’ve never had more of a hard time reading a book since Pride and Prejudice back in 9th grade. 809 more words


Ignorância é uma Benção!

A origem da palavra ignorância vem do latim “ignorantia”, que significa basicamente “falta de conhecimento, de saber”. Ou seja, ignorante é todo aquele que não conhece algo e/ou que não está a par de algum acontecimento, logo, todos nós temos nossa parcela de ignorância em determinados assuntos. 985 more words


Banned Book Week Is A Reminder To Think For Ourselves

Banned Book Week is September 24 – 30

Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451 is no stranger to the banned book list. Ironic, since book banning and its more militant cousin—book burning—are practices Bradbury depicts as staples of an undemocratic society steadily losing its intelligence and humanity. 427 more words

Review: "The Red Shoes" Captivates at the Ahmanson

Choreographer Matthew Bourne’s ballet version of the 1948 move about the burning need to dance and the pressures that drive the dancer out of her mind premiered last night at the Ahmanson Theatre. 233 more words


BOOK REVIEW !! Fahrenheit 451 , by Ray Bradbury

Readers of my blog know , I don’t generally read and review classics . Let it be known that I do read classics , however I don’t tend to review them . 928 more words