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Fahrenheit 451 Allusion Project

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Dominique Murphy

on 2 April 2014

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Transcript of Fahrenheit 451 Allusion Project

Background Information
The allusion can be seen in Ray Bradbury's
Fahrenheit 451
when a book tumbles open into Montag's hands and he sees those words before the book tumbles into a growing fire.
Relation To Fahrenheit 451
Bibliography
http://essays.quotidiana.org/smith_a/dreamthorp_essay/
Fahrenheit 451 Allusion Project
"Awakening Time"

Allusion
Time has fallen asleep in the afternoon sunshine
Book by: Ray Bradbury
Project by: Dom Murphy

Meaning:
Look to yourself for the meaning in life by understanding that when you sleep, time flies, but if you wake in the afternoon, you'll be well rested.
Time isn't the most important thing.
This allusion was unreferenced from a poem called a
Dreamthorp
by Alexander Smith.
Dreamthorp
by Alexander Smith is
a poem about all the little things in life being the most important in shaping your life experience and making you who you are.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_Smith_(poet)
In Contrast to Montag's situation
Not everyone is like Clarisse.
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