hey, my english class is currently reading Fahrenheit 451, which i must say is an excellent book. an interesting thing we did was that we compared this story to nazi Germany. since the story was written in the time frame of the war, there were some obvious and not so obvious similarities. ANYWAYS, im getting off topic, but we were told that we could get credit if we contacted Mr. Bradbury and got a reply from him. does anyone know where this is possible, and how i could do it? thanks so much!!!!!!
Those of us who have his home contact information don't give it out. You can contact him through his publishers. People (fans, anyway) have apparently had less luck contacting him through his agent.
I love assignments on Bradbury, but am not a real fan of this one. He is a busy guy. Seems like a goofy way to tie up his time.
in the time frame around the war i meant and shoudld have said. thats why were discussing the similarities, because its obvious that what was going on kind of...became part of the book, with beatty as a hitler figure, the firemen as nazis, the books as jews. etc.... (to philnic)
OK, ThreadsOfReason, you have some good points when you put it that way!
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