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Fahrenheit 451- Creative Writing. The modern, fast and impersonal society of the past is now gone. Montag, the hobos, and I have founded a new, better and smarter society. In this society, we are all treated with respect, unlike the old society, where no one had any respect for anyone. We must think a lot here, and are forced to, as we must, now, form a new world for whom there is left. The hobos and I are freer here and can live, the live we want to. Our society is not a rushed, impersonal, automated world, where no one is happy. It is full of joy, gossip and fun. ...read more.


The treatment of people in our society is greatly appreciated. In this society we memorize books and treat them with care and respect. I am David Copperfield by Charles Dickens. Instead, of burning books, we memorize our books. As we get older, we pass our books to our children and young ones. A book will never be taken away from our minds, like in the past, where they were taken from our homes. We treat books with respect. After all, there is a man behind each book. The people in the old society were forced to think. For example, they were taught and told that books only contained rubbish and were full of non-sense. ...read more.


War is evitable, but hated. My role in our society is to memorize David Copperfield by Charles Dickens. Granger, is the head of our society. I am the head of, one of the ten huts. I am responsible for what happens in that particular hut and for organizing special events, like bingo or 'fire side' tales. We are all part of a nationwide network of 'book-lovers' who have memorized many great works of literature. We had hoped to be of some help to mankind in the aftermath of the war. It turned out there were few survivors. The roles in our society are crucial to our survival. The old, controlled, impersonal and complex society of the past is gone. A new society has formed with the remaining survivors and hobos. The society is something like no other... ...read more.

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