Here we will discuss the novel Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury in connection with the idea of the utopian society. Utopian literature describes a future vision of an ideal fictional society. Political utopias also clearly describe a system in which this ideal society could develop. 

The utopian goal of the fictional society in Fahrenheit 451 is permanent individual happiness. People should always live a carefree and happy life, therefore problems, conflicts, suffering, and pain are always avoided. But even Captain Beatty, who favors the existing order in Fahrenheit 451 as an ideal state and gives a long speech about how people can only find true happiness through being all equal, seems actually to be unhappy and tired of life. Beatty probably provoke...

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