“It was a pleasure to burn.”
With those words, Ray Bradbury opens his 1953 novel, which still startles with the wisdom of its warnings over a half-century later.
François Truffaut adapted Bradbury’s novel into a film in 1966. The novel and film are centered around the story of Montag, in an unspecified future time where firemen are called to burn books, and their dangerous ideas, rather than put out fires.
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