Farenheit 451: characters

Farenheit 451: characters Bingo Card
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This bingo card has a free space and 24 words: clarisse changed how montag thinks, Guy Montag, Captain Beatty, she made Montag interested in books., After the burning of the women Montag faces an antagonizing spiritual dilemma of love and hate for his job, Mildred is considered Self Centered and Shallow because she only cares for herself, Faber was scared of Montag because he believed He was out to get him, Clarisse reveals to Montag the absence of love, pleasure and contentment in his life, Mildred pushes away her true emotions by focusing on her "family"., Clarisse is Montags seventeen year old neighbor who is a lover of life and nature also the foil of Mildred, Her curiosity and questioning is so unique that Montag is struck by her., Beatty is a very INTELLEGENT man but uses his intellect in a negative way he is also the Fire chief and Montags Boss, Guy Montag is the protagonist of the story also a fireman who is now beginning to question how society is, Clarisse's enjoyment of the rain, dandelions, and even the sessions with her analyst is very unusual, Clarisse think deeply but Mildred is shallow, Faber uses a listening device to be able to hear And Speak to Montag from his home, Mildred, Montag asks Mildred to help him with reading the books, Faber, Faber, Clarisse, to put out fire, that it has a detailed and “textured” understanding of life. and Mildred courted with Montag in Chicago when they were both 20.

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