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What is a metaphor in part 3 of Fahrenheit 451?

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Some metaphors that can be used are roaches, the river, dandelions, or beetles. For example, the river physically is just water but clearly stands for something of the separation between sheep mentality and enlightenment or basically the city and the fields.

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Television provides access to people all across the city. So, with internet its not just the government against a person, its everybody. When Guy is running, he is being followed as entertainment.


Fahrenheit 451 is a fictional reality while night is non-fiction fahrenheit 451 is worse than night Night sucks


Captain Beatty finds out that Montag is wearing it, and puts it in his coat pocket.



actually it was intellectual it is on page 58 3 paragraph


When Montag burns Beatty (113), the scene when Montag is hurt (114-115), and when Montag is running from the mechanical hound (130-131).


living room. the walls were basically 3 flat screens and "the family" talked to Mildred e.g.


To convert Fahrenheit to Celsius:(degrees F - 32) * 5/9451 - 32 = 419419 * (5/9) = 232.7 degrees CelsiusConversion from Fahrenheit to Celsius is done in three steps:1. Subtract 32 from value in degrees Fahrenheit.2. Multiply result of step 1 by 5.3. Divide result of step 2 by 9.Conversion formula: [°C] = ([°F] - 32) * 5 / 9 = (451 - 32) * 5 / 9 = 232.7778 °C


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Beatty has created what Montag is: a monster. Though Montag fights to free himself of his basterdly ways, he is unable to change who he once was. Beatty is the Tygers "maker"


No The prime factors of 451 are 11 and 41, i.e. 11x41 = 451


"They rise like the midnight sun to sweat you in your bed." pg. 114 softback "They crash like the falling parts of a dream..." pg. 114 and there are many others that can be found within a few pages of these hope it helps :)


451 divided by 64 is 7 with remainder 3


Setting: A future America. Basically, it is an atmosphere of false-happiness. The main settings are Faber's house, Fire House, Montag's house, on the street with Clarisse, in and around the river, in the woods, and also in the former town attacked by atomic bombs. There isn't really an actual time frame. Fahrenheit 451 is a science fiction written by Ray Bradbury. The book has only 186 pages The novel revolves around the character named Guy Montag, who is a fireman who burns books for government. Fahrenheit 451 is the temperature at which books burn.


Not evenly. 451 ÷ 7 = 64.43 or 64 times with a remainder of 3.


he has 3 walls but his wife Mildred wants a 4th one that he will not get because they just got the last one


3 degrees Celsius = 37.4 degrees Fahrenheit


3 Fahrenheit is -16.1 Celsius.


37.4 degrees Fahrenheit3 degree Celsius = 37.4 degree Fahrenheit


The earpiece Mildred uses that is described like a praying mantis The mechanical hound, which has 8 legs, like a spider/octopus The helicopters described as "insects"


They are both science fiction The main character of each novel both can see the world differently from most everyone else The main character of each novel both escape to another part of the city Both give warnings about the future


26FIt is: 9/5*(-3)+32 = 26.6 degrees Fahrenheit(-3) degrees Celsius = 26.6 degrees Fahrenheit.



3 degrees Fahrenheit = -16.1 degrees Celsius.



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