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Fahrenheit 451

by Ray Bradbury
Started: 21st August 2015
Finished: 27th August 2015

Fahrenheit 451 is a book I’ve always seen on displays at Waterstones but I never really knew exactly what it was about. 527 more words


Quote for Today: Ray Bradbury

The zipper displaces the button and a man lacks just that much time to think while dressing at dawn, a philosophical hour, and thus a melancholy hour. 9 more words

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Significant Scene in F451

The most important scene in “Fahrenheit 451” is the scene where the lady burns herself. This is significant, in my opinion, because this is when Montag actually realises the values of book. 67 more words

Area Of Study: Discovery


In my opinion, one of the most important scene in Fahrenheit 451 is the old lady burning. I considered this to be very important because this scene is like a turning point for Montag. 71 more words

Area Of Study: Discover

Best F451 Scene

In my opinion, the best scene in F451 for writing about Disvovery is the scene where Montag discovered that fire is not always destructive. In fact, it is said that “he never thought about it in his life” that fire is not always destructive, “it was warming”. 94 more words

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important scene in f451

one important scene in F451 is whn Montag discovers the value of books. Bradbury used allusion in this scene. He alludes to nicholas ridley who was burnt in Oxford for heresy. 55 more words

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Classic Book Review: Fahrenheit 451

I read Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury for the first time in middle school. I remembered it had a futuristic story and big meaning. Other than that, I didn’t remember much so I decided it was time to read it again. 262 more words