Having been told I had to choose an author and read three of their novels, I chose the strange and unusual author Ray Bradbury. Bradbury writes about science fiction which interests me. For this reason, I have decided to read Bradbury's novels as a basis for my paper. The novels I chose to read were Fahrenheit 451, Dandelion Wine, and From the Dust Returned.
[...] Bradbury's number one sold novel, Dandelion Wine, is the normal style of most books where there is a society of people unlike most novels, From the Dust Returned is an unusual style of a society of the living dead interacting with modern living society. Totally different from the other two is Fahrenheit 451 where its style is a utopian society with flaws that people recognize and then revolt against the “system”. Themes are the main similarity all three novels carry within their texts which is death. [...]
[...] While reading the books I selected, there was a huge similarity between them, but also many differences. Bradbury's wide variety of books makes his works interesting. Techniques to create such differences make his books astounding. The similarities and differences of settings, plots, themes, characters, and styles will be discussed in the following. Plots in the three books Dandelion Wine, From the Dust Returned, and Fahrenheit 451, are very similar. There is always a problem within a family or town and in the end; there is some destruction then rebirth. [...]
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