In this artwork by Josan Gonzalez nicely relates to fahrenheit 451 because it shows how electronics are taking over the way people are supposed to be thinking. In Fahrenheit 451 Mildred is constantly being stimulated in some way that is always keeping her active, “when they stepped out of the car, she had the seashells stuffed in her ears. Silence. Only the wind blowing softly.” (Pg.43) Her husband was trying to have a conversation with her but she was too distracted by her gadgets in her ears that she couldn’t talk to him. Just like in the photo where this woman is so engaged in the electronics all around her, she wouldn’t be able to physically talk to another human. Both of the authors are trying to say that interacting with one another online is different from interacting in person. Also, interacting in person can help create empathy and make things easier to remember. On page 44 Mildred completely forgot to tell Montag about the neighbor girl. Mildred had told Montag, “no. The same girl. McClellan. McClellan. Run over by a car. Four days ago. I’m not sure. But I think she’s dead. The family moved out anyway. I don’t know. But I think she’s dead.” If Mildred interacted with her husband more in person then maybe they would have a better relationship and understanding of what’s important to one another. Just like in the photo uploaded to the link, The woman is checking social media’s but she doesn’t know how those people are in real life. The point of both of these situations is you have to interact with someone physically and hear them to know what’s really going on.