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white pages berkeley ca – Fahrenheit 451:

Fahrenheit 451: A Novel
Fahrenheit 451: A Novel
Celebrate the 40th anniversary of this timeless classic with a special edition featuring a new foreword by the author and a message that is as relevant today as when it was first published.
Since the late 1940s, Ray Bradbury has been revered for his works of science fiction and fantasy. With more than 4 million copies in print, Fahrenheit 451 — originally published in 1953 — remains his most acclaimed work:
“One of the most brilliant overall jobs of social satire.”
The Nation
“Frightening in its implications…Mr. Bradbury’s account of this insane world, which bears many alarming resemblances to our own, is fascinating.”
The New York Times
Fahrenheit 451 is the temperature at which book paper burns. Fahrenheit 451 is a short novel set in the (perhaps near) future when “firemen” burn books forbidden by the totalitarian “brave new world” regime. The hero, according to Mr. Bradbury, is “a book burner who suddenly discovers that books are flesh and blood ideas and cry out silently when put to the torch.”
Today, when libraries and schools are still “burning” certain books, Fahrenheit 451 is a work of even greater impact and timeliness.

In Fahrenheit 451, Ray Bradbury’s classic, frightening vision of the future, firemen don’t put out fires–they start them in order to burn books. Bradbury’s vividly painted society holds up the appearance of happiness as the highest goal–a place where trivial information is good, and knowledge and ideas are bad. Fire Captain Beatty explains it this way, “Give the people contests they win by remembering the words to more popular songs…. Don’t give them slippery stuff like philosophy or sociology to tie things up with. That way lies melancholy.”
Guy Montag is a book-burning fireman undergoing a crisis of faith. His wife spends all day with her television “family,” imploring Montag to work harder so that they can afford a fourth TV wall. Their dull, empty life sharply contrasts with that of his next-door neighbor Clarisse, a young girl thrilled by the ideas in books, and more interested in what she can see in the world around her than in the mindless chatter of the tube. When Clarisse disappears mysteriously, Montag is moved to make some changes, and starts hiding books in his home. Eventually, his wife turns him in, and he must answer the call to burn his secret cache of books. After fleeing to avoid arrest, Montag winds up joining an outlaw band of scholars who keep the contents of books in their heads, waiting for the time society will once again need the wisdom of literature.
Bradbury–the author of more than 500 short stories, novels, plays, and poems, including The Martian Chronicles and The Illustrated Man–is the winner of many awards, including the Grand Master Award from the Science Fiction Writers of America. Readers ages 13 to 93 will be swept up in the harrowing suspense of Fahrenheit 451, and no doubt will join the hordes of Bradbury fans worldwide. –Neil Roseman

Suckitmussolini Comix

Suckitmussolini Comix
Suckitmussolini Comix at the East Bay Alternative Press Book Fair, Berkeley CA, Nov. 10, 2011. These comic books were made of photocopied, black-and-white pages, inside of brown paper ends, with inkjet cover art pasted on.

Hamburger with Everything & Extra Tomato – Nation's Giant Hamburger – Berkeley, CA

Hamburger with Everything & Extra Tomato - Nation's Giant Hamburger - Berkeley, CA
A classic burger of California’s East Bay. Probably the only acceptable use of Miracle Whip in modern cookery, too.

Eaten at Nation’s Giant Hamburger in Berkeley, CA.

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