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Fahrenheit 451: Part 2
Transcript of Fahrenheit 451: Part 2
Symbolism: The Sieve and the Sand (the title) symbolizes how Guy connects a story from his childhood to how he tries to cram the text from the bible into his mind.
Quick Review Summary
By: Tiana Gayle, Amber Nicholson, Leachia Vang, Katelyn Ogi, Emily Clegg
Fahrenheit 451: Part 2
What are the benefits of being able to think for yourself?
Do you think the government in some instances should play a role in the way people do things/ think?
The Sieve and the Sand
Guy wants to try to understand books and tries to persuade his wife Mildred to do the same.Do to her stubbornness guy finds he can't confide in his wife to keep his secret and seeks help from someone else. The help he encounters is from an old man by the name of Faber. Faber assists Montag with his mission to learn about books. But, a problem is encountered when Montag finds out the next house he has to burn is his own
Characters: Static vs. Dynamic
Static= Mildred and Captain Beatty
Dynamic= Montag and Faber
Conflict: Internal vs. External
Montag faces an internal conflict as to whether turn himself in and give up on books, or risk his life to find out the true meaning of books.
Importance of Quotes
" Oh, you were scared silly," said Beatty, "for I was doing a terrible thing in the use of the very books you clung to, to rebut you on every hand, on every point! What traitors books can be!..."
Type of foreshadowing
Depicts a scene of how books were really treated
What makes you think Beatty turned his back on books?
Notes/ Discussion Questions
Let's Play A Game... Shall We!!
1. What does Mildred think is at the door? What is at the door?
A dog; The mechanical hound
2. What does Montag remember when he is wondering where to get a teacher?
He thinks about the old man in the park with the book.
Who is the English Professor?
He rips the pages out until Faber agrees to help.
What does Montag do to the Bible to try to get Faber to agree to help?
Microphone seashell so Faber can speak to him and hear everything
What does Faber give Montag to help him out with his meeting with Beatty?
Seashell ( Microphone)
Pills ( Mildred)
Compare and Contrast
Compare the similaritiesbetween Montag, Faber, and Clarisse
Compare Beatty and Mildred
What makes these characters static and dynamic characters?