Fahrenheit 451

What was the speed limit in the book Fahrenheit 451?


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2012-03-20 02:47:38
2012-03-20 02:47:38

Thre are no speed limits in the book Fahrenheit 451

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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.

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The tone of Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury is poetic, pessimistic, futuristic, and gloomy.

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451 degrees Fahrenheit is the temperature at which book paper will spontaneously combust (burst into flames.) I think if you read the book, you can see its importance.

No, as in the popular old book "Fahrenheit 451", the ignition temperature of plain paper as you might see in a text book is 451 degrees Fahrenheit.

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