A Novel Approach to Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451

Fahrenheit 451 is one of my favourite books, so imagine my surprise when Jack Collins sent me this. It’s Bradbury’s classic, interpreted in fewer than three minutes and accompanied by hand-drawn illustrations. 

For those who’ve not yet read the book,  Fahrenheit 451 remains a startlingly relevant work of fiction today. Watch this video, embrace all kinds of paradoxes (what we’re watching here is a digital representation of a book that’s about the burning of books and the intentional reduction of knowledge) , read the book, and then join in  with the greater conversation.  

 

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