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I'm the plot, dude, and don't you ever dare forget it.

Virginia Woolf, on women and fiction, once wrote “Indeed, if woman had no existence save in the fiction written by men, one would imagine her a person of the utmost importance; very various; heroic and mean; splendid and sordid; infinitely beautiful and hideous in the extreme; as great as a man, some think even greater. 2,402 more words

Gone Girl


 Fahrenheit 451  is the story about a dystopian world where reading books is the source of chaos and destruction in the the governments point of view. 319 more words


Epic Fail 10 (Revised)

What discovery did you make from this scene? Use details from your annotation.

The reader discovers that discoveries may be transformative, especially when such discoveries are sudden and unexpected. 219 more words

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Discoveries From Fahrenheit 451

Ray Bradbury reveals that in the future – where everything is going fast – technology is preferred compared to books. When Mildred was overdosed, he called for emergency and two mechanics along the two machines – not an M.D.  129 more words

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Bringing about Change

“Farenheit 451″ brings about the idea that books can bring radical change to the world. Bradburry used an allusion of the book from the past titled “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” to prove that. 75 more words

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Montag Encounters the Hound 2

The book “Farenheit 451″ introduces readers to a dystopian society in which function is more important than building connections and relationships. He is “fascinated as always with the dead beast, the living beast.” and it is contradicting to find something dead yet it has all the components needed to live. 211 more words

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Mechanical Hound Ver. 2.0

The book of Farenheit 451 describes the mechanical hound as a killing machine. “Three seconds later the game was done, the rat, cat, or chicken caught … gripped in gentling paws…” from this imagery it gives a clear vision that it’s a killing machine. 119 more words

Area Of Study: Discovery