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Ray Bradbury's Depiction Of Books In Our Society

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It may be possible in our society today that books will no longer be used but I don't think it will happen. Books may be replaced by computers and electronics but I don't feel that people will totally lose interest in books. Lots of people really like books. Books keep history recorded. When you have a question about science you look in a book. I don't think that Bradbury’s depiction of a society without books is realistic.There wouldn't have been any book burnings such as the ones that happened in Nazi Germany that caused all the drama. Books are very important today. People use books daily to gain knowledge related to their jobs and families, and basic skills.

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