Why Was Fahrenheit 451 Banned?

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Fahrenheit 451 was banned for many reasons such as the burning of the bible in the book. It has also been banned for the language that was used in the book that some said was unacceptable. It is about a government that gets overthrown for being to controlling, and some countries banned it for that reason.
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Ray Bradbury's book Fahrenheit 451 was banned because it, ironically, showed the evils of a totalitarian society that burned books. In the 1950s, when the book was written, suppression
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Fahrenheit 451 is banned in some areas because it contains offensive language and content. A parent complained to the superintendent of West Marion High School about the book's usage
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try looking up banned book lists, look up Fahrenheit 451 on wikipedia, see if it lists the reasons and places, but I think your best bet is googling banned books. you should be able
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It was banned in West Marion High School in Foxworth Mississippi for using the
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