Transcript: Light vs. Dark Fran is actually very confused - conflicted because she was given an American name but wants to fit into Vietnamese culture Character Reflection Tran has wanted to see her father give her the same amount of affection as in the letters (shadow) when she meets her father she realizes that he's not what she envisioned him to be like (real life) Light "[...] he looked at me and suddenly he was making this little choking sound, a kind of gacking in the back of his throat like a rabbit makes when you pick him up and he doesn't like it." "[...]I will ask him to talk to me like in these letters, like when he was so angry with some stranger that he knew what to say." "Dear Fran, I got your photo. You are very pretty, like your mother. I have not forgotten you." Her father shows her a lot of affection in the letters "You're not my daddy. I know my daddy. He'll be here soon. He comes every night to say good night to me before I go to bed." "I wanted a name for Saigon and Trán was it." Meaning cont. Dark: How Light vs. Dark Communicates Meaning Light: Her father doesn't show the same amount of love as he did in the letters Dark "My American father lived in America, but my Vietnamese mother and me lived in Saigon, so I was still a Saigon girl." "That's short for Francine and the sound of Fran is something like a Vietnamese name, but it isn't, really. Her father didn't show her the same amount of affection as he did in the letters Fran and her mother are Vietnamese and live in Saigon, but her father is in America trying to get her to come stay with him. Dark cont. "She pointed to the shadow. "There's your daddy. He'll protect you. This made the girl very happy." shows how thankful the girl is to get to see her dad every night She loves Saigon and her Vietnamese name "Letters From My Father" by: Ani Yam and Marin Ellis Perception of real human emotions, actions and thought processes. She wants to fit into Vietnamese culture but is constantly reminded of her American lineage because of her name The Candle Father Added ability for the reader to sympathize with Francine. Her father doesn't show the same amount of love as he did in the letters
Transcript: By: Chloe, Alex, Sara, Taha, and Ryan Light vs. Dark Dark and light reveal the true intentions or motive of one's character. Thesis Thesis "Shipwrecking storms and direful thunders" I, ii, 26 "Not accompanied invest him only, but signs of nobleness like stars shall shine on all deservers." I, iv, 40-41 "The instruments of darkness tell us truths." I, iii, 123 I, iv, 50-51 "For in my ways it lies. Stars, hide your fires, let not light see my black and deep desires." I, v, 52 "Nor heaven peep through the blanket of the dark."
Transcript: Figurative Paragraph "He stared at the parlor that was dead and grey as the waters of an ocean that might teem with life if they switched on the electronic sun". "Maybe the books can get us half out of the cave. They just might stop us from making the same damn insane mistakes"! Montag's house isn't really a casual house. He doesn't have a everyday family, with children. The author describes his house with" it was like coming into a cold marbled room of a mausoleum after the moon has set. Complete darkness, not a hint of the silver world outside, the windows tightly shut, the chamber a tomb world where no sound could penetrate it. The author shows his house as a place where noting good happens, nothing good comes from it. Montag's House Quotes 1&2 Montag's House Paragraph Figurative "When Mildred ran from the parlor like a native fleeing an eruption of Vesuvius". The Vesuvius eruption was a famous volcano that erupted in AD 79 destroying the city of Pompeii and all of its residents. Bradbury used that allusion to give the readers a connection, if they knew about the eruption. The other quote, "play the man, Master Ridley : we shall this day light such a candle by God's grace, in England, as I trust shall never be put out", later on that page Beatty explains to Montag that "those words were spoken by a man named Latimer to Nicholas Ridley as they were being burnt alive at Oxford for heresy on October 16, 1555". The woman said it right before she killed herself with fire. 2 Quotes "Play the man, Master Ridley : we shall this day light such a candle by God's grace, in England, as I trust shall never be put out". "When Mildred ran from the parlor like a native fleeing an eruption of Vesuvius". Allusion Paragraph "The parlor was dead and Mildred kept peering in at it with a blank expression as Montag paced the floor and came back and squatted down and read a page as many as ten times, aloud". The author uses this personification and simile to show how Montag was lonely and felt left out. The metaphor "maybe the books can get us half out of the cave. They just might stop us from making the same damn insane mistakes", shows the big barrier between Montag and Mildred. He wants the truth, while she is happy to live through the lines of lies. Light VS. Dark Allusion 1&2 2 Quotes " It was like coming into a cold marbled room of a mausoleum after the moon has set. Complete darkness, not a hint of the silver world outside, the windows tightly shut, the chamber a tomb world where no sound could penetrate it. "He put his hand into the glove-hole of his front door and let it know his touch. The front door slid open". add logo here
Transcript: By: Venya Eckman Example 2: "Blazing" Example 1: "Blackened" One of the most prominent motifs of "Fahrenheit 451" is "Light versus Dark". "Light" can be used to represent knowledge. "Darkness" is the opposite of light, so it can represent ignorance. Montag's ex-society was a dark one since it was driven and controlled by entertainment. Furthermore, the best way for people to get information, books, had been outlawed. The only way for an individual to gain knowledge would be to go against the law, which creates a major conflict. When Montag reached Clarisse's home, he noticed something strange. The author writes, "When they reached her house all its lights were blazing"(13). The blazing lights symbolize that Clarisse's family is full of knowledge. Evidence for this claim is that Clarisse showed her intelligence earlier in the book, and also said that her family talks, which is extremely rare in their society because normal people are constantly watching television. Example 3: "Conflict" The main conflict of the story is actually an example of "Light versus Dark". Montag's inner conflict regarding whether or not he should educate himself using books is a prime example of knowledge battling ignorance. Montag saw the light that books carried and questioned whether or not they were worth breaking the law over. He could either stay in darkness, or enter the light. Motif The first example of the "Light versus Dark" motif is the second sentence. The book states "It was a pleasure to see things eaten, to see things blackened and changed"(1). While blackened can just mean that the chemical makeup of the books were changed to ash, it has a deeper meaning. The books, or light, was destroyed, and the absence of light is darkness. The books were changed from things full of knowledge, to ignorant entities. The books were blackened both literally and metaphorically. Light vs. Dark
Transcript: He is wearing a black clothes under the white cloths. ED is wearing black and Kim is wearing red and white. Kim is living in colourful life. Ed is wearing dark cloths and the snow statues are white. Opposition colour vs black means the sadness vs life. EDWARD SCISSOR HAND LIGHT VS DARK the picutre below shows the suburb is colourful but the colours are boaring becuase they are pastel colous.also the shade of Ed's castle is making it dark.
Transcript: These examples of this literary term indicate that the novel excellently uses this term to make it a truly good story. As all other good storybooks, this story has a great tale about good vs. evil. Along with other literature strategies, Light vs. Dark is a vital component for a good story. These are a few examples of light vs. dark elements, and they are great examples of this term. Dark (example#1) At the end of the story, after the bomb detonates, Montag's thought is about reaching the city at noon. This means that Montag, along with Granger and the other members of his group, are to go back to the city. The light element in this is that, because they plan on remaking society, there is hope that the future will be better than what Montag experienced his whole life.(pg.167) What is Light vs. Dark? Light vs. Dark is in a sense, good versus evil. Some may not know of it, however, this literary term is in almost every story. In Fahrenheit 451, there are many examples of Light vs. Dark. A very clear example of a dark event in the story includes the burning of the woman who decided to die with her books, than to live without them. This was a true dark event, seeing that Montag was "traumatized" by that event. Dark (example#2) Light (example #1) Conclusion Another example of dark in this novel includes the death of an antagonist in the story, Beatty. In the story, he was described as writhing around, shrieking in agony as he was burned alive.(pg. 121.) Light vs. Dark by Christian Cline
Transcript: Equipment Choice 3 Sidenote Choice 4 My Hypothsis i think that the black one will atrack more heat because black is a Light vs Dark 1. 2 glass jars 2. black poster paper and white poster paper 3. sun 4. water 5. rubber bands 6.theremometre
Transcript: Explanation of text : Explanation of text : Light vs. Dark a distinctive feature or dominant idea in an artistic or literary composition. By: Gracie Glidewell Light Examples : Clarisse was the first to introduce Montag to light. She changed his view of the world and leads him to change his perspective of it and the books. Motif - In this example of the text, it describles the darkness of the firemen. In the novel, the firemen were always appeared by using dark colors. While in the book, they burn all of the books. Which comes off as a bad, or dark, reputation. Dark Example : " They and thier charcoal hair and soot - colored brows and bluish-ash-smeared cheeks. " (Bradbury 37) " Her face was slender and milk white. " (Bradbury 9) " Her dress was white, and it whispered." (Bradbury 9)
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