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Bradbury wrote The Fireman, an early version on Fahrenheit 451 in novella form, on a rented typewriter (at 10 cents per half hour) in the basement of the UCLA library, in nine days.
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Please send me the email address of Ray Bradbury.
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Nguyen Diep |
January 21, 2005 at 09:50 AM
I Have a question. When He said that they Couldn't Read books then How can they Read when Montag went to Read the books he had been keeping in the AIR CONDITIONG ??????????
Daysha C. |
February 09, 2006 at 04:42 PM
I taught 451 and in it, it states that the firemen still use books with which to learn ab out fire and fighting fire, so it's implied that people still know how to read, albeit not very effectively. It's also implied by how slowly Montag first reads that he is teaching himself how to read more effectively.
T Lo |
September 06, 2006 at 09:43 AM
Ray Bradbury is being honored for his lifetime achievements at the Ojai Film Festival on November 8, 2008. Their website is www.ojaifilmfestival.com
September 19, 2008 at 08:39 PM
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