Fahrenheit 451: Literary Analysis

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A large majority of books use many types of literary elements and devices. An example of a literary device is imagery; the five senses. This is one of the most descriptive types of writing as it conveys what the character is feeling or smelling. It’s a more human way of writing in some ways. In the book Fahrenheit 451, the character Montag has a large amount of internal struggle throughout the book. Montag’s internal conflict is depicted almost out right at points revealed through imagery. It especially has strong diction in the way that the book describes knowledge and ignorance. To be more specific, sight and sound portray this idea best. In this quote, we see Montag struggling to cope with how life in his world works. It shows him on

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