In Fahrenheit 451 What does the woman do as they are about to set her books on fire?
She lights the fire herself .
How is the quote Fahrenheit 451- the temperature at which book paper catches on fire and burns important?
451 is the temperature at which paper self-ignites, more specifically books that are being burned. This is also the number on the character Montag's helmet. *Ray Bradbury named "Fahrenheit 451" (novel, 1953) after the temperature at which paper ignites (the range is about 218°-246°C or 424-474°F). Fahrenheit 451 is the degrees in which books burn
Yes , they did actually burn the books used in the film Fahrenheit 451 : among the books burned by the firemen is the film journal "Cahiers du Cinema" for which director François Truffaut wrote . Pictured on the cover is a picture from Breathless , written by Truffaut . Also among the books burned is "The Martian Chronicles" and "Fahrenheit 451" itself , both written by Ray Bradbury .
"Fahrenheit 451" by Ray Bradbury is a science fiction novel about a futuristic society in which all books have been banned. It follows the story of Guy Montag, a "fireman" who works for the Fire Department and incinerates contraband books for a living. The main conflict in the narrative arises when Montag begins to doubt the morality of his profession and of the society at large, and in turn goes rogue.