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Fahrenheit 451

Fahrenheit 451 Part 2

What is the meaning of the title of Part 2? The sand goes through the seive. Montag reads books that go right through him and he doesn’t remember anything What is the importance of the dentifrice commercial? shows how easily…

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Fahrenheit 451 Test Review

Guy Montag The protagonist of the story who is a fireman for ten years until he reads his first book. This person must leave his community in order to save his life. Mildred Montag Montag’s wife’s friend who has been…

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Fahrenheit 451

In this society, what do firefighters do? They burn books Who is Clarisse McClellan? an unusual young girl who liked to think and talk; Montag’s neighbor; is later hit by a car and killed For what “crimes” has Clarisse’s uncle…

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Fahrenheit 451 Figurative Language

With the brass nozzle in his fists, with this great python spitting its venomous kerosene upon the world metaphor before he reached the corner, however, he slowed as if a wind had sprung up from nowhere simile as if someone…

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Fahrenheit 451 Part 3 Questions

What hint does Beatty say he sent to Montag? The Hound What does Mildred have in her hand when she leaves the house? A suitcase What does Montag suspect Mildred of doing? Putting in the alarm What does Beatty say…

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Fahrenheit 451 Figurative Language Part 2

The bombers crossed the sky over the house, gasping, murmuring, whistling like an immense, invisible fan, circling in emptiness personification and simile sitting there like a wax doll melting in its own heat simile Delicately, like the petals of a…

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Fahrenheit 451 literary devices

protagonist main characterguy Montag antagonist against the protagonistBeatty characterization techniques writers use to develop characters symbol person, place, or object that represents something beyond itselfExample: phoenix/people at the end, burned up then rose upExample: The Bible; Clarisse shows what Montag…

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