Comparative Essay Outline: Fahrenheit 451 vs. the Time Machine
Today in many parts of the world there are an estimated one hundred tribes completely unconnected from modern society, and with their isolation unaware to them, members believe that there is perfect balance in their community. (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2094362/Cut-outside-world-Closest-recorded-pictures-uncontacted-Indian-tribe-depths-Perus-forests.html. Overlooking their hardships, these people are true to their beliefs and refuse to acknowledge another way of life, except the one which they already know. This false sense of utopianism, common even in many developed nations today, is illustrated by great works of fictional literature such as “Fahrenheit 451” by …show more content…
It would be assumed that the future societies in these fictional novels would be more advanced and open minded, and that the individuals would have learned from their mistakes. However, knowledge does not seem to be admired in either society.
ARGUMENT #3: Conflict
Characters in these futuristic worlds have very little intelligence are for