Fahrenheit 451

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Fahrenheit 451 writing assignment

Joaquin Hederra
Monday, December 18, 2006
Mrs. Dahlgren
1st period

Books contain life in them; they contain something that lives in eternity, whether it isin our mind or in a piece of paper. They have always helped our society by making us think, discuss the ideas that books have mentioned, and making us a more intellectual society. Whether you like ornot reading books you know that they have helped you tremendously throughout your life by making you a person with knowledge, thoughts, and intelligence. They have also helped our society by makingus live with rules so people don’t abuse the right of doing whatever they want. Maybe you could call those books “role models”. Books contain so many things in them like courage, life, strength, fear,and death. This makes people want to read them according to their taste. But not all books are fiction; some are non-fiction like an encyclopedia, dictionary, and a thesaurus that serve us as areference. In this assignment I am asked to write about three books that, according to me, are important and should be saved from the firemen’s so future generations can read them. Three books that I wouldsave from the firemen would be as following:
King Arthur
To Kill a Mockingbird
Fahrenheit 451

King Arthur is a well written story about a kid that becomes king after he unearths a powerfulsword named Excalibur. This book contains knowledge, courage; important principles that might not be learned in ones own life. I think this book is significant because of the important principlesthat they teach us. Being selfish and not listening to others is some of them. People who talk and don’t listen do not succeed. Maybe this book helped some people to listen before talking. People alsolearned about history in this book, even though it is very mythological, it is still sort of describing us how it was during the knight’s era. I think this book is important because it has history...
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