Fahrenheit Book Fire Analysis

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The diction of fire in Fahrenheit is pretty confusing because it's not just one word. There’s multiple words to describe fire that may even seem shocking because of the ways it’s presented. In this analysis, you’ll find that Ray Bradbury is taking fire to a whole other level. He’s not just describing the physical appearance, but also the literal sense of fire. By the end, Bradbury’s message will be clear. Fire is something that is used on a daily basis, but is it used to burn? In the beginning of Fahrenheit “fire burned the evening sky red and yellow and black” (Bradbury 3). In this scene fire had “destroyed” innocent books that had caused no harm to anyone. It also makes people arrogant such as Montag “he would feel the fiery smile still gripped
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