The Mini-Challenge: Take one aspect of your book and show an
illustration/picture/photo for it. Then explain it briefly so we know the
connection to the book you are reading.
I've just finished Fahrenheit 451 by
Ray Bradbury. A must for any fan of books and reading, Fahrenheit
451 is a worryingly realistic picture of a world without thinking,
creativity and liberty where books are seen as promoting nothing but
discontent. Books, after all, present conflicting ideas that confuse
people and incite conversation and debate. Since houses are now all
fire-proofed, firemen have been redeployed to keep control of the populace by
ridding the world of that great evil: literature.
"It's fine work. Monday burn
Millay, Wednesday Whitman, Friday Faulkner, burn 'em to ashes, then burn the
ashes. That's our official slogan"