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Guy Montag lives in a dystopian future in which reading or even possessing books is illegal. Instead of extinguishing fires, Montag and his fellow firemen burn down all buildings reported to contain books. One day, Montag meets his odd neighbor, Clarisse, who lives life on her own terms. Listening to her perspective makes him question his own happiness and helps him understand his true self." This encounter sparks a series of traumatic events and realizations that ultimately lead to Montag's illegal possession of books. He confides in an old physics professor, and together, they conspire to rebel, as a war is on the horizon. 2019.

• Ray Bradbury Collected Short Stories (2001) Sharp Objects, Flynn’s Edgar Prize–nominated first novel, and Dark Places, her second work about a woman who is recruited to help a “murder club” investigate the tragic deaths of her own family, were fluffed up with new covers and rereleased after Gone Girl upended the market. (Sites like Kirkus loved both, but the New York Times never reviewed Sharp Objects, and Dark Places only earned a quick mention.) They are, as one might expect from earlier novels, slightly more traditional in their narrative arcs: Both involve flashbacks, but are fairly linear. But with Sharp Objects in particular — which will make its small-screen debut Sunday on HBO, with a dream cast including Amy Adams and Patricia Clarkson — it’s the women who Flynn writes ugly, creating one of the most hideously complex group of women in literature, and far outdoing the psychopathic, single-minded Amy Dunne of Gone Girl. Gillian Flynn was upstaging Gone Girl before Gone Girl.

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Patricia Clarkson As she was working as a reporter for Entertainment Weekly while she was writing Sharp Objects, Flynn wrote the book predominantly on nights and weekends, a few hours at a time. [2] While writing Sharp Objects, Flynn found that it was initially difficult to maintain the book's "moist", "gothic tone", as she "didn't want it to be EW bouncy." [3] Reception [ edit ]

}, {}]; Excessive violence in the futuristic world of Fahrenheit 451 betrays a problematic underbelly to the status quo. Teenagers go around killing each other, TV is filled to the brim with violence, and even driving a car brings on the crazed thirst for speed and destruction.

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• Cookbooks Montag goes home and attempts to engage Mildred in conversation, but his wife’s mind has regressed and she is incapable of even simple thoughts. He asks her what happened to Clarisse and she is able to tell him that the girl was hit by a car and killed a few days prior. Montag tries to sleep but imagines a Hound (a robotic assistant to the firemen) prowling around outside. The next morning, Montag suggests he might need a break from his work, and Mildred panics over the thought of not being able to afford their home and the large wall-sized televisions that provide her "parlor wall family."

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Animal and nature imagery pervades the novel. Nature is • “None of these books agree with each other… The people in those books never lived.”

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• ^ Clarisse tells Montag she is "seventeen and crazy", later admitting that she will actually be seventeen "next month". I just finished Azkaban for the PS2 (got it for $5 at a local game shop) but I was really confused because it wasn't what I remembered at all. Then I did some research and found that the PC versions of 1-3 are different than the PS2 copies. I was pretty disappointed that the graphics, missions, and gameplay are a lot better on the computer. I wouldn't have purchased the PS2 version if I knew they were completely different games.

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Harry's best friend at Hogwarts and a younger member of the Weasley wizarding family. A fan of the series, Grint decided he would be perfect for the part "because [he has] ginger hair". [9] Having seen a Newsround report about the open casting he sent in a video of himself rapping about how he wished to receive the part. His attempt was successful as the casting team asked for a meeting with him. [9] • See All College Courses


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In this connection it's particularly interesting to contrast Balsam's lifeless, blustering Col. Cathcart with Roger Bowen's tremendously effective performance as Col. Blake in "MASH." Do we still have to be told war is stupid because officers are dumb? This is an enlisted man's bitch from 16 wars ago; surely war can be stupid on its own, even with bright and ethical officers. Why confuse morality with class consciousness? "Dance and Angela" by Franz Waxman

Uh… no. Już w połowie książki autorka kieruje czytelnika w stronę sprawcy, a wszystko za sprawą zeznań małego chłopca, który twierdzi, że był świadkiem uprowadzenia jednej z dziewcząt. Osobą odpowiedzialną za to była (według niego) kobieta w bieli. Rzucenie podejrzeń w stronę płci żeńskiej jest jednak dla szefa policji i detektywa Richarda Willisa czymś absurdalnym - kobieta nie pasowała do profilu sprawcy, bo ofiarom usunięto zęby, a to wymaga przecież męskiej siły.

Called lovingly as Millie, Mildred Montag is Guy Montag’s wife. She is cold and ignorant. She likes to watch family programs and listening “ear-thimbles.” Her constant entertainment and passive enjoyment turn her against her husband. She tries to commit suicide, grows further distant. However, during this accident, the conversation of the plumber shows that society is forcing such women to take pills for the burden of living in such a suppressing regime. In order to stay alive, she must immerse herself in the world of entertainment. She informs the authorities about Montag’s secret books. Character #3 • “The books lay like great mounds of fishes left to dry.”

• Fahrenheit 451 essay creating I got in my car and went out there as fast as I could.

I love the fact that this book is a paean to the power of the written word: that people will live and die for it, and will wither without the transformative power of fictional worlds and the insights of others. The lure and love of literature is irrepressible. Books "stitched the patches of the universe together into one garment for us." • The Day of the Dolphin (1973)

Knowledge can be defined as the acquaintance with facts, truths, and awareness. Inquiry is the act of questioning. In the dystopian world of Fahrenheit 451, there is a prominent lack of both knowledge and inquiry. Meaning, definition of society, the essence of happiness, growth of media, and loss of entertainment all infer the absence of thinking and questioning in the book. In the world of Fahrenheit 451, books are burned because they are “confusing”, schools teach students with meaningless facts, and people are forced to drive at high speeds so they can’t see what’s around them. We can see that people stopped pondering their surroundings in the world in the story. In schools, students are crammed with useless facts, and are not taught about the reasons behind it. By extracting the “meaning”, it limited innumerable types of expressions. Books were one of them. Knowledge changed to simply “knowing” facts, without the reasons, and by manipulating the understanding of knowledge and inquiry, books were considered confusing and “atrocious”. In the end, it was the public that stopped reading books, as Beatty said. Clarisse McClellan, a girl of the age of 17, was an influence that made Montag realize his ignorance. Unlike most people in Fahrenheit 451, she inquires a lot about the surrounding atmosphere. She is seen as “antisocial” because she doesn’t mix with the “society”. It turns out that the meaning of “social” in Fahrenheit 451 is ”being the same as others”. “Antisocial” “Don't ask for guarantees. And don't look to be saved in any one thing, person, machine, or library. Do your own bit of saving, and if you drown, at least die knowing you were heading for shore.”

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