Comic strip

Updated: 3/4/2021
Comic strip

Storyboard Text

  • Do you ever read any of the books you burn?
  • That's against the law!
  • There must be something in books, things that we can't imagine, to make a woman stay in a burning house
  • We'll start over again, at the beginning.
  • What does it mean? It doesn't mean anything! The Captain was right!
  • (8) Evening, when Montag first met Clarisse. This is a period of time when he was proud of his work, and had a 'legal' opinion about books.
  • I've tried to remember, but hell, it's gone when I turn my head
  • (40, Quote - 51) A special case for Montag. His hands stole the book by themself. And also the fact that the woman burned herself with the books made him think about books' value.
  • [...] Go home, go home!
  • (68) The moment when Montag persuaded Mildred to read books with him, for the sake of understanding them. An important moment in his life, since he can change his worldview.
  • I can't do it. How can I go at this new assignment, how can I go on burning things?
  • (89) Montag came to Faber's house to receive help and support. He wants to understand, remember what he has read, but he cannot do it alone. And since Faber is well-read, he can help. Eventually Faber became an assistant or even a friend to Montag.
  • (101) Montag screaming expresses all his opinion about the actions and principles of Mrs. Bowles. This event is important because Montag, for the first time, shared his opinion with robotic people.
  • (110) Montag returned to work. After reading the books, and getting a partner, he wants to understand what the captain says, or even start a dialogue. But the captain treats Montag with suspicion and arrogance, he knows that he is no longer the same.