Fahrenheit 451 Man Vs. Society


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Storyboard Description

This is an example of a storyboard that shows the person vs. society conflict in Fahrenheit 451. Key Factors: - We see what the culture or "normal" for the book is - We see what makes our protagonist different - We see how he is treated by the others for his ideas - We see the effect of the protagonist's actions

Storyboard Text

  • Firemen, there are BOOKS in this house. It's our job to burn it down.
  • Yeah, books are dangerous!
  • I had to know, I couldn't help it. Are books really that bad? I grabbed a book from the fire.
  • Book
  • Guy Montag's House
  • I'm just so tired of how nobody thinks for themselves!
  • LISTEN! We should read books!
  • Guy Montag's House
  • "The sea is calm tonight..."
  • Disgusting!
  • *sniff
  • The Fire House
  • Fire House
  • We know you're hiding books, Guy. You have to burn down your own house.
  • They'll never understand. I have to flee town. Bye old life.
  • The Countryside
  • Welcome. We're the outcasts who still love books.
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