F451 Comic P2#1

F451 Comic P2#1

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  • 13 - Aidan Flynn
  • Significant character quote: This quote shows the beginning of Montag's understanding of the difference between talking and really thinking and understanding something (P51).
  • Montag
  • Faber
  • '"I don't talk things, sir,' said Faber. 'I talk the meaning of things. I sit here and know I'm alive.'"
  • Setting: Important setting as Montag meets Faber in park. Park may represent peace and tranquility, contrary to most parks described in the book and society.
  • New Character: Faber who is an older, former English professor.
  • 17
  • 14
  • Montag's Identity Transformation: This quote exemplifies how Montag is no longer afraid to challenge societal norms and is relaying this view to others for one of the first times (P53).
  • Mildred
  • Millie? Does the White Clown love you?
  • Montag
  • 18
  • 15
  • Technology: High-speed subway that serves as a fast form of transportation
  • Figurative Language Personification: "The train radio vomited upon Montag" (P55).
  • Vocabulary Quote: "His hands were tired, the sand was boiling, the sieve was empty" (P54). Sieve - A tool with a plastic or metal mesh used for straining things.
  • Montag
  • Other Passengers
  • Figurative Language Allusion: "Do you know the legend of Hercules and Antaeus?" (P57).
  • Significant Character Quote: Faber explains to Montag how to copy books, initiating the first step of their plan (P61).
  • Montag
  • Faber
  • "I know a man who printed our college paper half a century ago."
  • Vocabulary Quote: "Our civilization is flinging itself to pieces. Stand back from the centrifuge" (P60). Centrifuge - A machine used to seperate things by spinning them at very high speeds.
  • Montag
  • It looks like a Seashell radio.
  • Faber
  • Technology: Small bluetooth device that Faber gives to Montag.
  • Figurative Language Simile: "They were like a monstrous crystal chandelier tinkling in a thousand chimes" (P64).
  • Characters: Mrs. Phelps and Mrs. Bowles more formally introduced as Mildred's ignorant friends.
  • Mildred
  • Mrs. Phelps
  • Mrs. Bowles
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