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1st Semester Exam: F451
Terms in this set (32)
the numbers 451
where the author grew up
an example: fire, hands, books
retired English professor
Captain Beatty believes one can do this with responsibilities and consequences
a character or force that opposes the protagonists
the type of pills Mildred overdoses on
the narrator does participate in the novel
examples are the mechanical hounds, Montag's internal struggle, Beatty's constant suspicion and accusations
Montag hides his ___ behind the ventilator grille
Montag discovers Beatty has been doing this after he kills him
said, "There must be something in books, things we can't imagine,..."
said, "Have you ever seen the two hundred-foot long billboards in the country beyond town?"
the point of view without narrator participation
the types of camps where educated people live
quoted by Captain Beatty before Montag kills him
the odor of this made Montag vomit after he watched the woman burn
said, "every fireman gets an itch..."
example; "Her face turned to him now, was fragile milk crystal with soft and constant light in it."
the book that Montag memorizes and quotes at the end of the novel
example; "The books lay like great mounds of fishes left to dry."
an implied discrepancy between what is said and what is meant for example; the job of the firemen in F451
the major character who evolves thought the book
Ray ___, wrote the Martian Chronicles before 451., wrote short stories, poetry, plays
giving human qualities to animals or objects; "...flapping pigeon-winged books..."
Where the firemen watch the mechanical hounds hunt small animals as a form of entertainment
example; "Monday burn Millay, Wednesday Whitman,
Friday Faulkner, ..." ( not allusion)
said, "See what you're doing? You'll ruin us!"
a two-way radio
the factory that Granger says their society needs to build first
all knowing narration
age of Clarisse