Fahrenheit 451 is a novel by Ray Bradbury, depicting a world in which books are outlawed, and firemen start fires, not put them out. The main character is Guy Montag, a fireman.
The title is quite clever, because at 451 degrees Fahrenheit, paper combusts.
The son-of-a-bitch Michael Moore used the title's theme in his movie "Fahrenheit 9/11", to Ray Bradbury's disapproval.
I read Fahrenheit 451 yesterday, and realized that books and the ability to spread wisdom are very valuable.