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Guy Montag and the Pursuit of Happiness

Yesterday I accidentally posted a blog early and unfinished that was suppose to discuss the worldview of Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury. As it is I only made it through about 1100 words about why Bradbury’s dystopian novel is relevant and somewhat prophetic, even if in an exaggerated manner. 2,113 more words

Culture And Theology

Worldview and Literature: Fahrenheit 451

Ray Bradbury lived from August 22, 1920 – June 5, 2012 and if he had lived to see June 5, 2015 he might have felt increasingly like a prophet with each passing day. 1,236 more words

Culture And Theology

Fahrenheit 451 is a Conservative Classic

And I don’t mean “conservative” here just in the sense that Bradbury is arguing for preserving an established way of life, though his most famous work certainly does that. 679 more words

Politics And Society

Mechanical Edmonton

Here twilight blue skies ripple into
Chemical clouds a deep smoggy red
And underneath the pavement of the highways the
Spinning soils tumble into
The North Saskatchewan’s ice floes, 309 more words


Breaking bad. Série blanche

Emmanuel Burdeau (dir.): “Breaking Bad dépeint l’économie légale comme un simple décor, un paysage de carton-pâte à l’intention des dupes. (…) tout est truqué : les machines de la blanchisserie de Gustavo Fring cachent des passages secrets vers un laboratoire souterrain de fabrication de métamphétamine, et les camions frigorifiques de Los Pollos Hermanos transportent, cachées dans des seaux de préparation alimentaire, des doses de drogues. 6,510 more words

Crisis Capitalism

To you, the authors

I love to read.

I love finding a book that teaches me about a new topic, and I love getting lost in a world that is entirely unlike my own. 126 more words

Fahrenheit 451

Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury

Length: Short (100 pages or more)

Accessibility: A moderately easy read

Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

It’s about time we get another dystopian future sci-fi book in the mix. 714 more words