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VINE VOICEle 5 septembre 2010
Le monde que décrit Ray Bradbury peut sembler trop fantasque, loin de notre réalité, de ce que notre futur peut être et en même temps on a l'impression que peu de choses nous en séparent, qu'un rien pourrait nous y faire basculer. La censure afin de protéger, de ne choquer quiconque bref pleine de bonnes intentions est très présente dans nos sociétés et peut rapidement conduire à la désinformation, au mensonge.
J'ai beaucoup aimé l'interview de l'auteur joint dans ce livre qui est à l'image de 'Fahrenheit-451', vrai, engagé comme peu le sont de nos jours.
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le 16 mars 2005
I do not want to tell much of the story, as the unfolding is part of the intrigue. However now that houses are fire proof the purpose of firemen is performing a service by burning books to maintain the happy social order.
Naturally one fireman goes awry after several emotional incidences that run counter to his carrier. This leads to all kinds of deviant things like reading. What are you doing now?
One big rift between the book and the movie [Fahrenheit 451 (1966) -- Oscar Werner, Julie Christie] is that in the movie the "written word" was completely removed (even from the credits); where as in the book the state was against literature and not technical writing. Books are just symbols of ideas that could have been on the screen also. There is deference between training and education. Among other reasons the book was a symbol of one mans superiority over another in a world of equals.
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le 24 novembre 2005
I do not want to tell much of the story, as the unfolding is part of the intrigue. However now that houses are fire proof the purpose of firemen is performing a service by burning books to maintain the happy social order.
Naturally one fireman goes awry after several emotional incidences from someone burning up with the books to a young neighbor with strange ways, which run counter to his carrier. This leads to all kinds of deviant things like reading. What are you doing now?
One big rift between the book and the movie [Fahrenheit 451 (1966) -- Oscar Werner, Julie Christie] is that in the movie the "written word" was completely removed (even from the credits); where as in the book the state was against was literature and not technical writing.
Books are just symbols of ideas that could have been on the screen also. There is deference between training and education. Among other reasons the book was a symbol of one mans superiority over another in a world of equals.
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le 11 janvier 2005
One big rift between the book and the movie [Fahrenheit 451 (1966) -- Oskar Werner, Julie Christie] is that in the movie the "written word" was completely removed (even from the credits); where as in the book the state was against literature and not technical writing. Books are just symbols of ideas that could have been on the screen also. There is a deference between training and education. Among other reasons the book was a symbol of one mans superiority over another in a world of equals.
I do not want to tell much of the story, as the unfolding is part of the intrigue. However now that houses are fire proof the purpose of firemen is performing a service by burning books to maintain the happy social order.
Naturally one fireman goes awry after several emotional incidences that run counter to his carrier. This leads to all kinds of deviant things like reading. What are you doing now?
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le 7 août 2014
Et pourtant, j'ai lu des livres de toute sorte avec une grande palette d'auteurs. Si vous ne l'avez toujours pas lu de peur d'être déçu, essayez le sans craintes. Ce livre est pour les enfants, les personnes âgées et les autres. Il peut être relu autant de fois que souhaité. Je l'ai fait lire à quelqu'un qui avait arrêté de lire depuis des années et qui n'arrivait pas à se replonger dans un roman. Non seulement, il l'a dévoré mais depuis il a repris la lecture. J'aime énormément d'autres auteurs pour leurs histoires, leurs styles et toutes sortes d'autres raisons. Mais celui là touche à l'essentiel. Et si au commencement il y avait Fahrenheit 451 ?
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le 25 mai 2005
I am teaching "Fahrenheit 451" as the example of a dsytopian novel in my Science Fiction class, although it is certainly one of the most atypical of that particular type of narrative discourse. Compared to such heavy weight examples as George Orwell's "1984," Aldous Huxley's "Brave New World," Yevgeny Zamiatin's "We," Ray Bradbury's imaginative meditation on censorship seems like light reading. But the delicious irony of a world in which firemen start fires remains postent and the idea of people memorizing books so they will be preserved for future generations is compelling. Of course, there have been more documented cases of "book burning," albeit in less literal forms, since "Fahrenheit 451" was first published in 1953, so an argument can be made that while all the public debate was over how close we were the Orwellian future envisioned in "1984," it is Bradbury's little parable that may well be more realistic (especially in terms of the effects of television).
The novel is based on a short story, "The Fireman," that Bradbury published in "Galaxy Science Fiction" in 1951 and then expanded into "Fahrenheit 451" two years later. However, those who have studied Bradbury's writings caw trace key elements back to a 1948 story "Pillar of Fire" and the "Usher II" story from his 1950 work "The Martian Chronicles." Beyond that, there is the historical record of the Nazis burning books in 1933. The story is of a future world in which everyone understands that books are for burning, along with the houses in which they were hidden. Guy Montage is a fireman who has been happy in his work for ten years, but suddenly finds himself asking questions when he meets a teenage girl and an old professor.
"Fahrenheit 451" is not only about censorship, but also about the inherent tension in advanced societies between knowledge and ignorance. Reading this novel again I am reminded about Pat Paulsen's editorial on the old "Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour" (a series well acquainted with the perils of censorship) about how we might enjoy freedom of speech in this country but we do not enjoy freedom of hearing because "there is always the danger of something being said." Censorship, in practical terms, is the effort of those who do not want others to hear what they find offensive, for whatever reasons, basically because it leads to people thinking thoughts they do not want them to be thinking. Through the rambling diatribes of Captain Beatty, Bradbury makes this point quite clear to his readers.
Even though this is essentially a novella, Bradbury's work retains the charm of a short story. The recurring use of animal imagery throughout the story, the use of the mythic ideas of the salamander and the phoenix, make "Fahrenheit 451" more poetic than any other dystopian work. Even if it is predominantly a one note argument regarding censorship, it is impossible to deny that Bradbury makes a clear and convincing case for his position. Besides, there is something to be said for any work that insures that beyond the point at which water freezes the only other recognizable number on the Fahrenheit scale is the point at which book paper starts to burn.
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le 19 août 2015
Imagine. A world to come where books would be forbidden, where firemen would not exist to extinguish flames anymore but to catch light. Instead, they would burn books and people who own them.
Guy Montag, a fireman, begins to be aware of the situation since he met Clarisse, an extremely curious and smart girl. He wasn't used to ask himself so many questions before and the reason why books are forbidden : so as nobody is asking questions and everyone believes everything you tell them. Of course, books are a powerful weapon that allow you to form your own opinion. So the solution is : no more right to read, no more intellectual freedom if you don't want to be immediately stopped by the Hound, a robot in charge of smelling bad spirits. This is rather disturbing, but not that impossible when you consider more and more people are attracted by tv or sports and less and less people read. "If you don't want a man unhappy politically, don't give him two sides to a question to worry him ; give him one. Better yet, give him none".
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le 13 février 2014
One big rift between the book and the movie [Fahrenheit 451 (1966) -- Oskar Werner, Julie Christie] is that in the movie the "written word" was completely removed (even from the credits); where as in the book the state was against literature and not technical writing. Books are just symbols of ideas that could have been on the screen also. There is a difference between training and education. Among other reasons the book was a symbol of one mans superiority over another in a world of equals.

I do not want to tell much of the story, as the unfolding is part of the intrigue. However now that houses are fire proof the purpose of firemen is performing a service by burning books to maintain the happy social order.

Naturally one fireman goes awry after several emotional incidences that run counter to his carrier. This leads to all kinds of deviant things like reading. What are you doing now?
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le 29 décembre 2012
Comments abound about this book, and it is a classic that everybody has read or heard of. A special offer on the Kindle version was a good opportunity for me to actually read it. The story is as good as expected and continues to be highly relevant, even if the actual action of book burning might in itself appear somewhat out-dated now (as is further high-lighted by the experience of reading this story as an e-book on the Kindle).

In fact, a key element of the story is the "paper-less" storage of books in a place where they’re less easy to get to, by the authorities or whoever else wants to control what is good for us. And I cannot help but seeing e-books as the ultimate way of achieving this!
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le 14 mars 2004
One big rift between the book and the movie [Fahrenheit 451 (1966) -- Oskar Werner, Julie Christie] is that in the movie the "written word" was completely removed (even from the credits); where as in the book the state was against literature and not technical writing. Books are just symbols of ideas that could have been on the screen also. There is deference between training and education. Among other reasons the book was a symbol of one mans superiority over another in a world of equals.
I do not want to tell much of the story, as the unfolding is part of the intrigue. However now that houses are fire proof the purpose of firemen is performing a service by burning books to maintain the happy social order.
Naturally one fireman goes awry after several emotional incidences that run counter to his carrier. This leads to all kinds of deviant things like reading. What are you doing now?
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