Fahrenheit 451 Diction Analysis

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Fahrenheit 451 Fahrenheit 451 has different types of literary devices in order to convey a specific mood making the book more appealing.In Fahrenheit 451 Bradbury uses the literary devices of diction and syntax to create the feeling of being distressed and confused while trying to read the Bible on the subway. Also a feeling of detachment and seriousness while Montag has a conversation with Mildred while she is in the bathroom getting Montag an aspirin. Bradbury uses diction to contribute to the mood of being confused and distressed while Montag is trying to read the Bible on the subway going to Faber’s house. On the subway Montag is being described with the words, “insane”, “gorged face”,” screaming”, and ”cry”.The words “insane”, “gorged face” ,”screaming ,and “cry” show a mood of being confused and distressed because it shows that Montag is basically going insane of reading books and doesn’t know what to do.The use of the words are show that Montag needs help, he is unsure of himself and he needs help to know…show more content…
During the time that Montag is staying home Bradbury uses the sentences “What doing?" "The parlour." "What was on?" "Programmes." "What programmes?" "Some of the best ever." "Who?"."Oh, you know, the bunch." The short sentences shows that there is no communication with Montag and Mildred. By not being to communicate it shows detachment from one another making the reader think how they were able to be married making it a serious conversation.Bradbury’s use of the short sentences shows that Montag has become more curious and asking questions while Mildred shows the rest of
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