Fahrenheit 451 Edition #4 Free Audiobook Download by Ray D. Bradbury
Bradbury's story, narrated by the author himself, is set in a dystopian future American society where books are outlawed and "firemen" burn any that are found. Guy Montag is a fireman who begins to question his role when he meets Clarisse McClellan, an interesting 17-year-old girl who loves books. As he listens to her, he realizes how terrible society has become and starts hiding books in his home.
Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451 is a masterpiece of science fiction with a dystopian theme. Set in the future, the main character, Montag, is a "fireman" whose job is to set books and libraries on fire so that people will only be entertained by TV. The story has strong anti-censorship message and hints that many of social ills are caused by isolation from other people and reading.
Fahrenheit 451 Edition #4 narrated by Ray D. Bradbury is now available for download! This audiobook will follow the protagonist, Montag, as he becomes discontent with his life and questions the society in which he lives. Montag eventually escapes to meet up with a group of people who have been living outside their oppressive society. The tension rises as they try to lay low while they set up an escape plan. Montag's connection to these people is what motivates him to leave his home and start a new life.
Fahrenheit 451 Edition #4 is an intriguing dystopian novel that provides a chilling portrayal of the future. The novel tells the story of a society in which books are outlawed and "firemen" burn any that are found. Guy Montag, a fireman who's just beginning to question his profession, meets two people who work at the "Mechanical," a genius whose job is to maintain the machines that appear to be running society. He invites Montag to take this route instead of being a fireman.
Ray Bradbury's voice is a delight to listen to while he reads the text of this classic. It is loosely based on the Guy Montag character who starts as a fireman, then turns into a rebel--finally turning back into a fireman again. Paragraph: In this final installment, Guy Montag begins his own journey of self-discovery and enlightenment, which culminates in him being appointed the Book Keeper for the Great Library of Alexandria and finally meeting his father figure, Captain Beatty.
The story is set in a dystopian future American society where books are outlawed and "firemen" burn any that are found. The protagonist, Guy Montag, is a fireman who begins to question his role in society. He meets a professor named Faber who owns an illegal library and decides to become the professor's apprentice. Later on, he meets Clarisse McClellan, an old friend from his youth. Montag spends time with her and recalls their discussions regarding books from the past. One of the things they spoke about was how they both felt when they read Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar." Paragraph: Clarisse tells Montag that she felt sorry for Brutus because he was only trying to do what was right for Rome but Antony was able to get Cicero to turn against him.
|Duration||0 hours 6 minutes|
|Author||Ray D. Bradbury|
|Narrated||Ray D. Bradbury|
|Is It Free?||30-days Free|
|Category||TV & Radio|