Fahrenheit 451 3&4

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Last updated: December 1, 2019

Who is Faber?
A retired English professor

Why did montag go to see him?
Because he knows Faber has books and reads

What three elements does Faber feel are missing from life?
Quality of information, time to think, the right to act on your own thoughts

What plan did montag and Faber devise
To hide books in fireman houses and distribute them around

What was montag willing to do to convince Faber to help carry out the plan?
He starts tearing up the bible

What has Faber designed that allowed him to be in constant contact with montag?
A device that goes in his to tell him what to do without being seen

Why did Faber decide to go to St. Louis?
He needs to leave town, he wants to see a retired printer there

Why did montag burn the book of poetry in the wall incinerator in his home?
Because after he read the poem the women started crying, and he burned it to make it look like he wasn’t serious

Where does montag hide the books after the women leave the house?
In the backyard behind the bushes

What was the destination of the alarm on the night montag returned to work at the firehouse?
Montag home

Who was the informant on montages home?
Mildred

Why did montag kill captain Beatty?
He didn’t want anything to happen to faber

Didn’t montag run away before he killed captain Beatty?
He had no where to go, the hound was there

Where does montag go after he kills Beatty?
To fabers house,to get advice

When montag leaves this house, which direction does he go?
He heads to the river so he could pass it, then go st louis

Why did montag take whiskey, a suitcase, and some of fabers dirty clothes with him?
To try to change his scent so the mechanical hound doesn’t recognize him

Cadenced
A modulation, or inflection of the voice

Retaliation
The exact of returning to an action

Receptable
An object or space used to contain space

Cowardice
Lack of bravery

Simultaneously
Same time

Manifested
Display or show by ones act or appearances

Parried
Ward off

Verbiage
Speech or expression that uses too many words

Oracle
A response or message

Smouldering
To burn slowly with smoke but no flame

Obscure
Not discovered or known about

Indecisive
Not setting an issue

Grotesque
Comically or repulsively ugly or distorted

Limned
Highlight something with bright colors or light

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