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1.Describe the main setting of your story (label each part clearly): For novel Fahrenheit 451 A.List three specific physical examples of this setting. B.Explain how these external factors (environment or objects) affect or influence the protagonist. C.Give a text quote (include page number) that shows the main character existing with the setting.

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Fahrenheit 451 is a great book - which of these questions are you struggling with most? To get you started: "list physical examples of setting" just means "describe aspects of where the story takes place." (So for example, a censored society in which books are not allowed,) The protagonist is obviously Montag, so then take 3 of these aspects (books, censorship, etc.) and describe how Montag's character is affected by each. Support each with a quote from the book, and you're set!

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