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Although Bradbury’s technology is more advanced than ours, we too are becoming a world consumed by technology advancements. Our society is similarly addicted to television and not as many people are choosing to read for leisure anymore, especially when the TV is readily accessible and seamlessly addicting. Furthermore, novels and plays are being made into motion pictures left and right, so what’s the use of reading the book if you can just see it in theaters? However, unlike Bradbury’s society we have not yet band books and do not have our fireman burn them.
Currently many of our kids are learning through technology instead of reading books. They may play video or computer games that teach them how to say the alphabet or watch a TV show that teaches them Spanish. By not reading, kid’s imaginations are being taken away, much like Bradbury’s characters. As a society we are moving away from the arts and being drawn toward the technology and the internet world. Another key similarity is the pace of our society. Bradbury’s characters not only drive fast but they want everything in their lives easy and readily accessible. Even though we have speed limits, not many people follow them as they increase their speeds at a dangerous rate, simply to get to places faster. We also want everything to work faster; faster computers, faster software and faster meals.
There are however still a few difference between the book and our current reality. First of all, our firemen still have the responsibility to put out fires and not start them, they have the responsibility to save likes and not take people to jail. Second, we may rely on technology for many things but we have not yet started to rely on robots in daily life. Third, people are also still writing stories and using their imagination to write new literature. Lastly, people are still reading...
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