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Hi how yall doing..Hey if you read lets all kill constance I kind of need help finding what ray bradbury is trying to tell us in that book. I need it for school inorder to do ma essay assignment. I wil apprecaite it if someone helps me please. I want to know what exactly he is trying to tell us..For example in F451 he warns us about goverment controlin our lives and things like that, so what is he saing in LAKC. Thanx i wil apprecaite it if u help me. Thanx
 
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does everyone need a reason for everything? (sorry i honestly dont know)
 
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Even had I read "Let's All Kill Constance" (which I haven't) I draw a huge blank whenever the question of "theme" arises. Isn't it all right for a book to just tell an interesting story--coherent beginning, middle, and end narrative relating an adventure--without a "theme"?
 
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For me the main "theme" is the human being, his misteries fears and anxieties!We can never say we know someone.
 
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Redemption and self-forgiveness are, at least in my opinion, themes in LET'S ALL KILL CONSTANCE. However, Linda, the important thing in writing your essay for school is: what do YOU think?
 
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What do you think, Linda?

That line seems somehow familiar...
 
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Ha!! It does, indeed. Dialogue from the interactive TV in the movie, F-451. I can see the man turning to Julie Christie and waiting for her "line."
 
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And that response, "Why Lin-da, you're ab-so-lute-ly fan-TAS-tic" would do Ben Stein proud!
 
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