Fahrenheit 451

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Fahrenheit 451

describes a future America in which books are prohibited and burned. [Am. Lit.: Bradbury Fahrenheit 451 in Weiss, 289]

Fahrenheit 451

in an America of the future the fireman’s job is to burn all books that have been concealed from authorities. [Am. Lit.: Bradbury Fahrenheit 451 in Weiss, 289]
See: Fire

Fahrenheit 451

in a future America where books are prohibited, a group of people memorize texts in order to preserve their content. [Am. Lit.: Bradbury Fahrenheit 451 in Weiss, 289]
See: Memory
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Newcastle-based F451, which provides consultancy services and equipment to the TV and film industry, has laid out ambitious growth plans after appointing a new sales director.
In the middle of "The Malay - took the Pearl" (F451, late 1862), however, I stopped dead, unable to go on.
What lot / Had I - the Jewel - got - / Borne on a Dusky Breast - / I had not deemed a Vest / Of Amber - fit - / The Negro never knew / I - wooed it - too" (F451).