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The Fireman– Review

The Fireman by Joe Hill (read August 7th, 2016)

People were going crazy about this book, written by Stephen King’s son. As a realistic, yet apocalyptic book, I was obviously interested. 216 more words

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Curiosity Changed the Character: Intro to Banned Books Month

Dorothy McQuaid
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Recently, a book club associated with BWP read The Dispossessed by Ursula K. 779 more words

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Why The World Needs To Read Fahrenheit 451 Again

“We need not to be let alone. We need to be really bothered once in a while. How long is it since you were really bothered?

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Fahrenheit 451 (Book Review)

My oldest kid is in high school now.  (Sometimes I can’t believe it!)  She is excited about growing up, and I’m excited (and to be honest a little fearful) of the ride she taking us on.  1,086 more words

Book Review

Warnings from Mars

Ray Bardbury’s classic dystopian tale, Fahrenheit 451, is well known as a cautionary tale on censorship and the suppressing of knowledge. It is not his only warning on this danger. 204 more words

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Fahrenheit 451

"Are you happy?" she asks
with a moonlit face,
the kind that many wise men chase.

"Are you happy?" she asks
as she walks away,
gone from path - she often strays. 56 more words