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Wisdom and knowledge versus ignorance and intellectual numbing thematically relevant in Fahrenheit 451.
Which is an accurate statement about this theme?
Knowledge can cause disharmony and conflict and yet, knowledge of the past, which is recorded in books, can prevent human beings from repeating their mistakes in the present and future.
Being ignorant is portrayed as preferable to possessing insight; in the text ignorant characters fare far better than wise ones do.
Wisdom is revered in Fahrenheit 451's futuristic culture and accordingly, elders are very much respected because of their life experience.
Mildred undergoes a transformation from an intellectually empty character to a fully-realized, emotionally dynamic character.
For the most part, women in the book are depicted as erudite and knowledgeable while men, on the other hand, are portrayed as obtuse and dense.