Dystopian Storyboard

Dystopian Storyboard

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  • With the brass nozzle in his fists, with this great python spitting it's vemonous kerosene upon the world, the blood pounded in his head. Pg. 3
  • Citizens of the dystopian society live under harsh control.
  • Books are being burned and no one really knows why, they just know it's illegal.
  • "No. Houses always been fireproof, takes my word for it." Pg. 8
  • The truth about the world is often kept a secret from most of society.
  • Nobody knows the truth about their past.
  • "No one had known what happened during or before the war, we only know it was apocalyptic." Pg. 126
  • The story sometimes takes place after an apocalyptic event that ends the world as we know it.
  • The governement is trying to make sure no one knows the history so that there will not be an uprising.
  • "Do you ever read?" "No of course not, they are illegal!" Pg. 5
  • Reading is a form of free speech, so talking that away would be unconstitutional, therefore it is dehumanizing.
  • Society tends to dehumanize its citizens.
  • Citizens are expected to conform strictly to society's expectations.
  • The mechanical hound looked fiercely ast Montag. It seemed to know all of his secrets. Pg. 23
  • The hound detects if people have books or not. Thus scaring people into complying with the governments laws.
  • There is often an illusion of a perfect society.
  • Montag didn't know if he was happy or not. He believes he is happy when really he's not it's only the illusion of the society.
  • He was wearing his happiness like a mask. Pg. 27
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