Fahrenheit 451 Dialectic Journal

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Dialectic Journal
|Chapter |Passage |Significance |
|1 |“It was a special pleasure to see things eaten, to see things |There is absolute pleasure when eating something. When something changes, it could|
| |blackened and changed.” Narrator page 3 |end up good or bad. However, when something is blackened, the only things that |
| | |come to mind are burnt food and arson. Both of which are not pleasant looking or |
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|Chapter |Passage |Response |
|1 |“The converter attachment, which had cost them one hundred |So not only can you not multi-think, but another cause of not having books is|
| |dollars, automatically supplied her name whenever the |having a low memory. To think that he can’t even remember a name is just very|
| |announcer addresses his anonymous audience, leaving a blank|sad. Thanks to this guy, I’m starting to appreciate being forced to read a |
| |where the proper syllables could be filled in. A special |book. This passage also shows how much electronics have improved in their |
| |spot-wavex-scrambler also caused his televised image, in |time. Not only that, prices for such machines are probably worthy thousands |
| |the area immediately about his lips, to mouth the vowels |in our time, yet it’s only worth one-hundred dollars in the future. |
| |and consonants beautifully.” Narrator page 64

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