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A Guide To The Allusions In "Fahrenheit 451"

By Kamry Magee For Mrs.Samuels 4A Class
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on 17 May 2013

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Transcript of A Guide To The Allusions In "Fahrenheit 451"

Our Allusions "The Dark Ages" (Bradbury 152 Or 154) "Salamander" (Mythology) "...We're The Odd Minority Crying In The Wilderness" (Bradbury 152 Or 155: Biblical) What Does This Really Mean.?? What Does This Really Mean.?? What Does This Really Mean.?? In the Bible, John Proclaimed That He Was The One To Prepared The Way Before Jesus Christ, The Light. John 1:1-7 KJV States That God Is The Light Of Men And That God Sent John To Tell People About Him And He's Witnesses Comings. In John 1:23 KJV It Says "He Said, I Am the voice of one crying in the wilderness, Make straight the way of the Lord, as said the prophet E-sa'ias."
John Preached The Coming Of The Messiah And Prepared The Way For Christ To Come Through Israel With The Knowledge That God Had Given Him Through The Spirit. How Does It Refer To The Book.?? In The Book "Fahrenheit 451" Montag Is Speaking With Granger Who States That He And Mr.Simmons Are "...the odd minority crying out in the wilderness." He Made This Reference Because Like John In The Bible, They Are Saving Their Knowledge They Read From Books To Help Others Out After The War. John Refers To This Statement Because Like John They Wish To Take What They Learned And Share It With The People. Sources.??? The Bible
Fahrenheit 451 In Greek Mythology The Salamander Is Considered To Be A Creature Of Fire. "The level of its elemental association varied. Sometimes it was simply fire resistant or would put out fire, at other times it was said to live in fire, sometimes it was even said to be born in fire. It has been said that salamanders were created when glass-blowers stoked their furnaces continually for seven days and nights." As Said By Wiki Answers. How Does It Refere To The Book.?? The Salamander Is Referenced All Through Out The Book "Fahrenheit 451". It Is On The Fire Mens Uniform And Is Their Official Symbol To Represent Them. I Represents Montag In A Very Well Defined Way.
"“The Hearth and the Salamander” focuses on Montag’s job as a fireman and his home life. The hearth, or fireplace, is a traditional symbol of the home, and the salamander is one of the official symbols of the firemen, as well as what they call their fire trucks. Both of these symbols have to do with fire, the dominant image of Montag’s life—the hearth because it contains the fire that heats a home, and the salamander because of ancient beliefs that it lives in fire and is unaffected by flames. Montag enjoys his job burning books and takes great pride in it; at the beginning of the novel, it largely defines his character." So Says The Analysis On Spark Notes.com Sources.??? "What is the significance of the salamander in Greek mythology." The Q&A wiki. N.p., n.d. Web. 26 Apr. 2013. <http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_s curthis_h. "SparkNotes: Fahrenheit 451: The Hearth and the Salamander." SparkNotes: Today's Most Popular Study Guides. N.p., n.d. Web. 26 Apr. 2013. <http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/451/section1.r All About History.Org States That "The Dark Ages as a term has undergone many evolutions; its definition depends on who is defining it. Indeed, modern historians no longer use the term because of its negative connotation. Generally, the Dark Ages referred to the period of time ushered in by the fall of the Western Roman Empire. This took place when the last Western emperor, Romulus Augustulus, was deposed by Odoacer, a barbarian. AD 476 was the time of this event.Initially, this era took on the term “dark” by later onlookers; this was due to the backward ways and practices that seemed to prevail during this time. Future historians used the term “dark” simply to denote the fact that little was known about this period; there was a paucity of written history. Recent discoveries have apparently altered this perception as many new facts about this time have been uncovered. How Does This Relate To The Book.? The Term "Dark Ages" Relate To The Book,Because In The Time Period The Book Takes Place, Not Much Is Known About The Truth Or Its Origins. Sources.??? "The Dark Ages." History - AllAboutHistory.org. All About History, n.d. Web. 26 Apr. 2013. <http://www.allabouthistory.org/the-dark-ages.htm>. A Guide To The Allusions In "Fahrenheit 451" By:Kamry Magee
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