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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

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burning at 451 degree

Montag discovered how the world is thinking in the same way, and this opened him to new understanding and values. When Montag was on the way to Faber’s house, he met a group of people who kept repeating the phrase “Denham Dentrifice.” It started from one person, and then, the phrase is passed on until the whole crowd was chanting the phrase. 146 more words

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Favorite Scene in Fahrenheit 451 - Discovery

My favorite scene in the novel Fahrenheit 451 is the part when Montag meets Clarisse for the first time. In that scene, Bradbury writes about a character that wasn’t open minded, especially in the sense of discovery. 79 more words

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Embrace, Not Ban... Knowledge is Power

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “No, Thank You.”¬†If you could permanently ban a word from general usage, which one would it be?

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Reading Fahrenheit 451

Books are my chicken soup for the soul. Relegated to the sofa while recovering from a kidney infection and awaiting appointments for further scans and tests, I have taken solace in my bookshelf and allowed myself to be fully submerged, without distraction, in its collection of delicate, wondrous pages. 483 more words

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Best F451 Scene for Discovery

Burning Beatty was the best scene in my opinion. The reason for this is because Montag discovered the freedom to think for himself; the freedom from containment of being a fireman. 84 more words

Area Of Study: Discovery