Fahrenheit 451 storyboard

Fahrenheit 451 storyboard
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This represents the dystopia

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  • The government is keeping secrets.
  • "It's fine work..."
  • The government monitors and oppresses the society. 
  • "Oh no, the hound is here."
  • The government won't let the society think for themselves.
  • "Denham's Dentifrice." "Denham's Dentifrice." "Denham's Dentifrice." "Denham's Dentifrice."
  • The government keeps many things from the people. One of the things is what is inside of a book. Montag is very curious on what makes books so great. Since the government won't let anybody read books, no one will know what's in books. Montag says on page 8 that reading books is against the law. Also, firemen burn books so no one can read books. 
  • The main protagonist questions himself and the society.
  • "Are you happy?"
  • "Of course I'm happy. What does she think? I'm not?"
  • The government sends hounds to make sure you don't have books. If you are caught with books, the books and your house will be burned. On page 137, it says "he could feel the hound, like autumn, come cold and dry and swift." The hound spies on the people.
  • Information and opinions are restricted
  • "Do you ever read any of the books you burn"
  • "That's against the law!"
  • In Fahrenheit 451, the people are not allowed to think for themselves or have any thought for thereself. In the train, Montag is trying to memorize the bible when a commercial for toothpaste starts playing over and over again. This is letting Montag only think of the toothpaste and not the bible. 
  • There is a lot of technology
  • "Ahh!"
  • Montag question a lot of things after his conversation with a girl named Clarisse. Clarisse asks Montag questions which makes him rethink his feelings, thoughts, and society. This happens in the book on page 10 when Clarisse asks "Are you happy?"  This makes Montag rethink wether he is happy.
  • The government restricts knowledge and opinions. The government makes firefighters burn books. Books have knowledge and opinions. This means that the government won't let the community get knowledge or have opinions. Clarisse asks Montag wether he reads the books he burns. Montag says it's against the law.
  • There is a lot more technology is the time of the book than here. In this dystopian society, there are mechanical hounds. These hounds are so advanced that they can sense if anyone has books in the entire society. Our generation does not have this much of an advancement is technology. 
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