There are several points that separate the movie from the novel, The main ones have to do with clarisse. In the movie, she is 22 and a school teacher who is fired from her job for mainly the same reason as the book's version was dismissed from school, an apparent "antisocialism". She takes Faber's role (as in the movie he is only present during montag's flashback) in telling Guy about the people outside of the city who recite books from memory. Instead of dying, she escapes there after the books in her house are burned.
A few othere things that were changed when the book was turned into a movie:
-There is no mechanical hound
-the technology that "betrays" Montag is the pole
-There is no mention of the fast cars
-Montag's wife is named Linda
-There is only one TV in Montag's Parlour
-During the chase scene, Montag is chased by police using what appear to be helicopter hats
-Montag went out with clarisse on his sick day
-Clarisse doesn't die
There's a lot more little things though...
In the book Fahrenheit 451, Mildred and Clarisse died, as well as the woman they burned with her books.However, in the movie, only the book lady dies.
As a book: 1953 As a movie: 1966
Thre are no speed limits in the book Fahrenheit 451
451 degrees Fahrenheit, as the movie title reminds you.
it is already out and i watched it it is nothing like the book
shhe walks up the stairs
451 degrees Fahrenheit is the temperature at which paper ignites
The title of Fahrenheit 451 is Fahrenheit 451. The shorter version of the story was called "The Fireman", which was the basis for Fahrenheit 451. The reason why this book was entitled Fahrenheit 451 is because the temperature in which books burn is Fahrenheit 451.
how does the woman act in fahrenheit 451 when they come for her book
The song it was a rose by dead confederate relates to the book Fahrenheit 451
In the book and movie called "Fahrenheit 451" Betty makes the comment "Fire purifies and leaves everything clean"
Fahrenheit 451 was given its name because that is the temperature at which paper is believed to ignite.
Fahrenheit 451 is a Christan book because it talks about the bible and mortag is reading it and trying to memorize it (which is impossible for us).
In the book "Fahrenheit 451," Captain Beatty dies after his employee (Guy Montag) burns him alive with a flamethrower.
Yes,it is.451 degrees Fahrenheit is the ignition point for paper.
The 39 Clues, or Fahrenheit 451.
It is the temperature at which book paper burns, 451°F (233°C).
The tone of Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury is poetic, pessimistic, futuristic, and gloomy.
It is the temperature at which paper, in this case books, spontaneously combusts (bursts into flames). 451 degrees Fahrenheit.
in the book, Fahrenheit 451 represents the temperature at which books burn. It even says it on the cover of some copies of the book. F. 451 is a very important symbol to the book and it is on the uniform of the firemen in the story.
A film version of the Ray Bradbury science fiction novel "Fahrenheit 451" was made in 1966 with Oskar Werner, Julie Christie, and Cyril Cusack. It was not as good as the book nor was it exactly the same as the book.
451 degrees Fahrenheit.
there is a book about burning books that is called Fahrenheit 451 so i think its that. 451 Fahrenheit = 232.78 Celsius
How might it have inspired Bradbury to write Fahrenheit 451?
The irony in the book is that they are firemen and firemen are thought of to PUT OUT fires but in Fahrenheit 451, the firemen are StARTING the fires.