Aren’t We All Just Puppets in This Ventriloquist Show Known As Life?

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For the book Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury, we have created a diagram to provide information on how censorship is shown in the book. In this diagram, we have our central idea of censorship, and our theme statement: “to control the masses, it’s important to eliminate things that create diversity” (2). We have used these four quotes because we thought it showed the most prominent ideas of censorship and why it is used within this society. The pictures give our diagram just a stronger push, adding imagery and a statement of its own kind. To create a sense of organization, the quotes are in red, the theme statement is bolded, and the explanations in regular font. Our diagram hopefully explains our idea of censorship in this book.