Fahrenheit 451

What is the significance of the title Fahrenheit 451?

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451 degrees Fahrenheit is the burning temperature of the paper in the books that are burned.

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Fahrenheit 451 is the heat at which paper burns


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.


The Firemen was the original title


Fahrenheit 451 is the temperature at which paper burns.


451 deg F is the temperature at which paper (as in books) burns.


First of all, it is Fahrenheit. 451 deg F is the temperature of paper (as in books) burning.


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Fahrenheit 451 is the temperature at which books burn.


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


According to the author, it's the temperature at which paper burns.


Actually its 451 and it is how many degrees in Fahrenheit is the heat that will take the book pages to burn down.


The book was tilted "Fahrenheit 451" because it is said that this is the temperature at which books burn (temperature at which paper ignites). A literary license was taken by Ray Bradbury when he 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 temperature at which paper burns. The film centres around the 'firemen' - people in charge of burning banned books in a futuristic america.


The answer is the title of a Ray Bradbury short novel: Fahrenheit 451


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I know that paper combusts at 451 deg fahrenheit.


In Fahrenheit 451 the firemen are burning books.


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in Fahrenheit 451 what doe scratch mean?


Fahrenheit 451 occurs in the 24th century and is in Chicago, Illinois.


451 degrees Fahrenheit is 232.78 degrees Celsius.



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