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A Taste of Archetypes in Fahrenheit 451

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Sabrina DeForrest

on 28 May 2014

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Transcript of A Taste of Archetypes in Fahrenheit 451

This color often signifies the unknown, death, the unconscious, evil, or great power.
"He stared at the parlor that was dead and gray as the waters of an ocean that might teem with life if they switched on the electric sun" (73).
The color Black
The color white (light)
"... Coming from the house that was so brightly lit this late at night while all the other houses were kept to themselves in darkness" (17)
Snake or Serpent
" It was like a great bee come home from some field where the honey is full of poison wildness, of insanity and nightmare, its body crammed with that overrich nectar, and now it was sleeping the devil out of itself" (24)
The color red
"Light flickered on bits of ruby glass..." (24)
Shannon Schell & Sabrina DeForrest
A Taste of Archetypes in Fahrenheit 451
Archetypes:
A very typical example of a certain person or thing

This color often signifies blood, violence, and chaos.
As a positive color, it signifies purity and innocence; in its negative aspects, it represents death and terror
The snake is nearly always a symbol of evil energy and force.
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