Fahrenheit 451
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What would be the title of Ray Bradbury's classic novel Fahrenheit 451?

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The title of Fahrenheit 451 is Fahrenheit 451. The shorter version of the story was called "The Fireman", which was the basis for Fahrenheit 451. The reason why this book was entitled Fahrenheit 451 is because the temperature in which books burn is Fahrenheit 451.

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