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DavidUsa

  • one year ago

WILL FAN AND GIVE MEDAL. How are books the carrier of civilization in Fahrenheit 451?

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  1. DavidUsa
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    @imqwerty @welshfella @punksauce @Spring98 @snoo @Sc0pEuDeAd @Stormrider4 @rvc @Rainbow_dashie @Taylor0402 PLEASE HELP

  2. nevermind_justschool
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    Without books, he says, history is silent, literature is dumb, science crippled, and thought and speculation at a stand still. I don't know how else to help you.

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    Do youknow what page it is?

  4. nevermind_justschool
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    Sorry, I don't, I think it's page 26 but I have no idea.

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    Can you tell me the context?

  6. nevermind_justschool
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    No... I didn't read the book, I read some parts of it

  7. shelby1290
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    Group members have memorized and therefore “become” books. They recite their books, thereby passing on their knowledge to their children, who will await the rebirth of a literate civilization. Read more: http://www.enotes.com/topics/fahrenheit-451/in-depth

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    Have you read the book? If not, you'll have to scan through it to find out which page they talked about it on.

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