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Consider Fahrenheit 451's setting, its characters and the novel's underlying message and themes.
Which of the following does not characterize the world that Bradbury creates in Fahrenheit 451?
In the fictional world of Fahrenheit 451, censorship is the natural result of an authoritarian government.
In the society that the characters live in, mindless entertainment and materialism are commonly-held values.
In general, the normal thing to do is to conform, no matter the situation.
The society in Fahrenheit 451 is built so that its citizens remain happy.
Individuality and personal expression are neither encouraged nor appreciated.