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Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451 by Tim Hamilton
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Jun 27, 2010

it was amazing
bookshelves: dystopian, graphic-novel, literary-ficton, science-fiction, best-books-i-read-in-2010
Read from June 27 to 28, 2010

It’s always thrilling to reread a favorite book, in this case, a graphic novel based on the novel, with the author’s consent. Instead of quoting the many famous quotes from Fahrenheit 451, I’m going to quote the introduction by Ray Bradbury.

“…Anyone reading this introduction should take the time to name the one book that he or she would most want to memorize and protect from any censors or ‘firemen.’ And not only name the book but give the reasons why they would wish to memorize it and why it would be a valuable asset to be recited and remembered in the future.”

My book this morning would be Fahrenheit 451. Why, because ideas that stray from the mainstream or that the mainstream does not approve of are always under attack and at risk of censorship.
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