Allusion to William Blake's "The Tyger" in Fahrenheit 451

Allusion to William Blake's "The Tyger" in Fahrenheit 451
Allusion to William Blake's "The Tyger" in Fahrenheit 451
Allusion to William Blake's "The Tyger" in Fahrenheit 451
Allusion to William Blake's "The Tyger" in Fahrenheit 451
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The title of Part 3 of "Burning Bright" is actually an allusion to William Blake's poem, "The Tyger." This activity asks students to interpret the meaning of William Blake's poem and to apply the meaning to the events in this section of the novel. It asks students to infer the significance of using this allusion to name the last part of Fahrenheit 451. Also included in this product is a PowerPoint Presentation with the answers included for your students to review.

Created by: Mad Musings of an English Teacher
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Allusion to William Blake's "The Tyger" in Fahrenheit 451
Allusion to William Blake's "The Tyger" in Fahrenheit 451
Allusion to William Blake's "The Tyger" in Fahrenheit 451
Allusion to William Blake's "The Tyger" in Fahrenheit 451