Where do the firemen arrive at the start of this section, and why is it described as a ‘carnival’? -Much to Montag’s shock, they arrive at his and Mildred’s house.
Where do the firemen arrive at the start of this section and why is it described as a carnival?
The firemen arrive at Montag’s house at the beginning of this section. They call it a carnival, because everyone comes out of their houses to see the burning.
Where do the firemen go at the end of this section?
At the end of part two of “The Sieve and the Sand,” in Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451, the fire company truck stops in front of Montag’s house. The very last line of the section shows that this is a surprise to Montag who has not been paying close attention to their destination.
Where do the firemen go on their call?
When the firemen receive the alarm they arrive at Montag’s house. They arrive there because there have been calls about Montag having books in his possession.
What do firemen do in the world of Fahrenheit 451?
In our world, firemen fight fires. In “Fahrenheit 451,” the firemen burn books. They do this to fight ideas and to keep their society safe from disruptive influences.
How did the hound not touch the world?
How did the Hound “not touch the world”? I think the Hound “not touching the world” represents Montag’s guilt. The guilt is not physically touching the world. And, the guilt is silent, yet it builds up and follows you, just like the Hound.
What does Montag think of when he smells the hay?
What does Montag think of when he smells the hay? He is reminded of an idyllic trip to the countryside when he was a boy.
Why is Clarisse considered anti social?
Clarisse is considered anti-social because she refuses to participate in the activates that the government deems as acceptable activities for people in the society of “Fahrenheit 451”.
Where do the firemen drive to at the end of Part II?
Q. Where do the Firemen drive to at the end of Part II? Montag’s house.
Who turned in Montag?
Mildred and her friends call in separate alarms on Montag for possessing illegal books and reading poetry. Actually, several people call Captain Beatty to turn in Montag for having books hidden.
Who snitched on Montag?
Mildred betrays Montag because, as a product of the society they live in, she believes it is the right thing to do and that his involvement with books is wrong.
What do the firemen do if one of their own accidentally steals a book?
What do the firemen do if one of their own “accidentally” steals a book? They are fired. Their house is burned. They allow it to be kept for 24 hours and then they come and burn it.