Fahrenheit 451 Title

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    The style of this piece will prefer an abstracted, graphic style rather than realism for the purpose of representing naivete. This naivete is present not just in our main character but in our illiterate world. The result is a clash between representing dystopian ideals with the
    playfulness of those who seek free thought and imagination.

    In these frames we also see the fire act as a mortise - yet in the negative. This shape allows us to not only represent yonic symbolism (as our main character is often driven by a female figure) but also represent the vacancy in the minds of society.

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