Theme Of Diction In Fahrenheit 451

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In “Fahrenheit 451 Part One”, Ray Bradbury use of diction dramatically impacts the dark and depressed tone of the novel To begin, the description of Mildred’s attempted suicide highlights the dark tone of the novel. Bradbury uses diction such as, “terrible whisper”, “inner suffocation” and, “suction snake” demonstrates the tone of the novel. “The woman on the bed was no more than hard stratum of marble they had reached.” In the novel, Montag notices how grim Mildred looks and realizes that it was an attempted suicide in the description that Bradbury states. Bradbury’s use of diction about Mildred’s attempted suicide impacts the dark and depressed tone throughout the novel. Next, the representation of the Mechanical Hound showcases the
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