Site Loader

Double? ?Entry? ?Journal? ?Homework
Lindsey? ?Monroy

? ?(A)ASSERTION
(CLAIM)

We Will Write a Custom Essay Specifically
For You For Only $13.90/page!


order now

(P)PROOF
(EVIDENCE/QUOTES)

(E)? ?EXPLANATION
(COMMENTARY)

Characterization
(Direct? ?and? ?Indirect)

This? ?is? ?the? ?characterization? ?of
Granger.

Do? ?NOT? ?forget? ?to? ?cite? ?sources!
(Bradbury? ?2).

“He? ?held? ?out? ?a? ?small? ?bottle? ?of
colorless? ?fluid.’? ?”? ?’Drink? ?this,’? ?too.’
It’ll? ?change? ?the? ?chemical? ?index? ?of
your? ?perspiration.”

(Bradbury? ?140)

Bradbury? ?is? ?first? ?introducing? ?Granger? ?as? ?a
character,? ?so? ?this? ?quote? ?is? ?showing? ?that? ?he? ?is? ?on
Montag’s? ?side.? ?It? ?gives? ?the? ?reader? ?a? ?better? ?feeling
about? ?the? ?character? ?as? ?well.

Conflicts
? ?(Both? ?internal? ?and? ?external)

Montag? ?and? ?Faber? ?experience? ?an
external? ?conflict? ?with? ?a? ?mechanical
hound.

“The? ?hound? ?paused,? ?quivering.? ?No!
Montag? ?held? ?to? ?the? ?windowsill.? ?This
way!? ?Here!? ?The? ?procaine? ?needle
flicked? ?out? ?and? ?in,? ?out? ?and? ?in.”

(Bradbury? ?113)

Montag? ?and? ?Faber? ?experience? ?an? ?external? ?conflict
because? ?they? ?are? ?trying? ?to? ?get? ?mechanical? ?hound
away? ?from? ?Faber.? ?The? ?importance? ?of? ?this? ?is? ?how
the? ?hound? ?was? ?interacting? ?with? ?them? ?and? ?how? ?he
told? ?the? ?hound? ?to? ?go? ?away.

Montag? ?is? ?experiencing? ?an? ?external
conflict? ?with? ?police.

‘? ?”Police? ?Alert.? ?Wanted:? ?Fugitive? ?in
city.? ?Has? ?commited? ?murder? ?and
crimes? ?against? ?the? ?state.? ?Name:
Guy? ?Montag.”? ?’

(Bradbury? ?117)

Montag? ?experiences? ?this? ?external? ?conflict? ?because
he? ?is? ?wanted? ?for? ?murder? ?and? ?disobeyed
government? ?rules.? ?This? ?can? ?cause? ?everyone? ?he
walks? ?by? ?to? ?have? ?an? ?opportunity? ?to? ?point? ?him? ?out? ?if
he? ?happens? ?to? ?walk? ?by? ?anyone.

Vivid? ?Imagery? ?(any? ?of? ?the? ?5? ?senses)

Bradbury? ?uses? ?visual? ?imagery? ?to? ?talk
about? ?the? ?mechanical? ?hound.

“A? ?great? ?nuzzling? ?fore? ?leapt? ?out? ?to
lap? ?at? ?the? ?books? ?and? ?knock? ?them
against? ?the? ?wall.”

(Bradbury? ?110)

This? ?is? ?visual? ?imagery? ?because? ?the? ?reader? ?is? ?able? ?to
picture? ?the? ?fire? ?from? ?the? ?flamethrower? ?and? ?when
the? ?books? ?got? ?knocked? ?over.? ?This? ?is? ?important
because? ?Montag? ?had? ?to? ?do? ?this? ?all? ?by? ?himself,
Beatty? ?said? ?it? ?is? ?his? ?clean? ?up.

Descriptive/Figurative? ?Language
(simile,? ?metaphor,? ?hyperbole,
personification,? ?allusion,? ?etc.)

Montag? ?wants? ?to? ?share? ?books? ?with
others,? ?but? ?knows? ?it? ?will? ?put? ?him? ?at
risk.

“Old? ?Montag? ?wanted? ?to? ?fly? ?near? ?the
sun? ?and? ?now? ?that? ?he’s? ?burnt? ?his
damn? ?wings,? ?he? ?wonders? ?why.”

(Bradbury? ?107)

A? ?metaphor? ?is? ?used? ?in? ?this? ?sentence? ?because? ?the
author? ?explaining? ?how? ?Montag? ?wants? ?to? ?do? ?great
things? ?such? ?as? ?share? ?books,? ?but? ?he? ?will? ?get? ?himself
and? ?others? ?hurt? ?doing? ?so.? ?This? ?gives? ?the? ?reader? ?a
way? ?to? ?understand? ?how? ?passionate? ?Montag? ?is? ?but
can? ?get? ?hurt? ?easily.

Montag? ?used? ?his? ?experience? ?with? ?a
weed? ?and? ?compares? ?it? ?to? ?a? ?child.

“He? ?put? ?down? ?his? ?hand? ?and? ?felt? ?a
weed? ?rise? ?up? ?like? ?a? ?child? ?brushing
him.”

(Bradbury? ?138)

This? ?is? ?an? ?example? ?of? ?a? ?simile? ?because? ?the? ?weed? ?is
compared? ?to? ?a? ?child? ?brushing? ?up? ?against? ?him.? ?This
helps? ?the? ?reader? ?understand? ?the? ?novel? ?better
because? ?most? ?readers? ?probably? ?know? ?how? ?some
children? ?can? ?approach? ?older? ?people? ?in? ?certain? ?way
which? ?could? ?be? ?unsure? ?or? ?shy.? ?This? ?also? ?helps? ?the
reader? ?relate? ?the? ?book? ?to? ?their? ?own? ?experiences.

Montag? ?is? ?with? ?Granger? ?during? ?the
start? ?of? ?the? ?war? ?and? ?explains? ?how? ?he
sees? ?the? ?city.

“And? ?we? ?are? ?out? ?here,? ?and? ?the? ?city
is? ?there,? ?all? ?wrapped? ?up? ?in? ?its? ?own
coat? ?of? ?a? ?thousand? ?colors.”

(Bradbury? ?145)

The? ?literary? ?device? ?used? ?here? ?is? ?a? ?metaphor
because? ?it? ?is? ?describing? ?how? ?the? ?city? ?could? ?be
colorful? ?due? ?to? ?the? ?time? ?of? ?year? ?or? ?Montag’s? ?view
on? ?all? ?of? ?his? ?surroundings.? ?This? ?gives? ?the? ?reader? ?a
better? ?understanding? ?of? ?the? ?book? ?because? ?they

might? ?be? ?able? ?to? ?understand? ?what? ?Montag? ?sees
and? ?maybe? ?even? ?how? ?we? ?feels? ?personally.

Climax
Faber? ?explains? ?how? ?he? ?killed? ?Beatty.

“The? ?captains? ?dead.? ?He? ?found? ?the
audio-capsule,? ?he? ?heard? ?your? ?voice,
he? ?was? ?going? ?to? ?trace? ?it.? ?I? ?killed? ?him
with? ?the? ?flamethrower.”

(Bradbury? ?124)

This? ?is? ?a? ?major? ?turning? ?point? ?in? ?the? ?story? ?for
Montag? ?because? ?he? ?doesn’t? ?have? ?much? ?to? ?fear
now? ?that? ?Beatty’s? ?gone.? ?This? ?was? ?caused? ?by? ?the
conflict? ?of? ?the? ?flamethrower? ?which? ?resulted? ?in
Montag? ?being? ?shocked? ?but? ?also? ?relieved.

Resolution

Showing? ?kindness? ?and? ?not? ?following
what? ?everyone? ?else? ?does,? ?makes? ?the
world? ?a? ?better? ?place.

“And? ?on? ?either? ?side? ?of? ?the? ?river? ?was
there? ?a? ?tree? ?of? ?life,? ?which? ?bare
twelve? ?manner? ?of? ?fruits,? ?and
yielded? ?her? ?fruit? ?every? ?month;? ?And
the? ?leaves? ?of? ?the? ?tree? ?were? ?for? ?the
healing? ?of? ?the? ?nations.”

(Bradbury? ?158)

I? ?think? ?this? ?quote? ?wraps? ?up? ?the? ?ending? ?of? ?the? ?novel
because? ?it? ?explains? ?how? ?there? ?are? ?different? ?paths
humans? ?can? ?take? ?in? ?life? ?and? ?each? ?decision
determines? ?your? ?future.? ?I? ?think? ?it? ?also? ?explains? ?how
by? ?”yielding? ?fruit”? ?or? ?showing? ?kindness,? ?can? ?change
the? ?world.? ?This? ?is? ?why? ?I? ?think? ?it? ?goes? ?along? ?with? ?my
assertion? ?as? ?well? ?as? ?resolving? ?the? ?end? ?of? ?the? ?book
because? ?now? ?I? ?think? ?Montag? ?will? ?learn? ?the
importance? ?of? ?being? ?yourself.

Montag? ?doesn’t? ?let? ?what? ?other
people? ?say? ?or? ?do? ?get? ?to? ?him? ?which
keeps? ?him? ?happier? ?in? ?the? ?long? ?run.

“And? ?what? ?lights? ?the? ?sun?? ?Its? ?own
fire.? ?And? ?the? ?sun? ?goes? ?on,? ?day? ?after
day,? ?burning? ?and? ?burning.? ?The? ?sun
and? ?time.? ?The? ?sun? ?and? ?time? ?and
burning.”

(Bradbury? ?134)

This? ?is? ?also? ?a? ?good? ?ending? ?quote? ?for? ?the? ?novel
because? ?I? ?like? ?to? ?think? ?Montag? ?has? ?a? ?”fire”? ?or
passion? ?inside? ?him? ?about? ?reading? ?and? ?this? ?is? ?what
“lights”? ?him? ?or? ?keeps? ?him? ?going.? ?He? ?also? ?doesn’t
let? ?anyone? ?put? ?out? ?that? ?”fire”? ?inside? ?him? ?and? ?it
keeps? ?burning? ?despite? ?what? ?others? ?say.? ?The
conflicts? ?are? ?resolved? ?by? ?Montag? ?not? ?letting? ?what
others? ?say? ?or? ?do? ?get? ?to? ?him.? ?I? ?think? ?the? ?author? ?put
this? ?in? ?the? ?book? ?so? ?we? ?could? ?use? ?it? ?as? ?an? ?example
for? ?our? ?own? ?lives? ?which? ?is? ?why? ?it? ?agrees? ?with? ?the
assertion? ?saying? ?we? ?should? ?try? ?to? ?always? ?be? ?happy
no? ?matter? ?what.

Post Author: admin

x

Hi!
I'm Sonya!

Would you like to get a custom essay? How about receiving a customized one?

Check it out