Lord of the Flies

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7. Motifs: The paradox of parodoxes.

Fahrenheit 451

Ray Bradbury, 1953
Famous for: A psychotic mechanical dog, a flamingly-obvious message about censorship.

No, you’re not going crazy. Yes, Ray Bradbury does spend a lot of time contradicting himself in Fahrenheit 451. Why? Because one of Bradbury’s motifs is paradoxes, of course! Click on this video to find out the meaning behind all this contradiction.

 

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