Ray Bradbury's "Fahrenheit 451" presented readers with a dystopian setting, antihero protagonist, and terrible prediction: That someday screens would overwhelm our lives and we would be left empty and alone. With nearly every teenager possessing a cell phone and countless other electronic devices, this book is more relevant now than ever. Fastrack your teaching by using these in-depth, theme and quote-driven notes on the novel.
The book is split into 8 different sections, which are suggested reading portions as well. They guide students as they read, providing information on plot, characters, themes, symbols, and the meaning behind difficult quotes. It includes a teacher's guide as well, to provide further insight into the novel and provide answers to any questions posed in the reading notes.
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***Please note: This resource is not designed for use in AP classes.
***These notes are formatted with page numbers from the Ballantine Books 50th anniversary paperback edition (ISBN 0-345-34296-8), but it is an editable form so the page numbers can easily be changed.
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