Fahrenheit 451 Lesson Plan
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by Ray Bradbury

Day 4 - Discussion of Thought Questions

  1. How does the story of Icarus play into this section?
    Time: 5 min
    Discussion: Before ordering him to burn down his own house, Beatty baits Montag, comparing him as Icarus and thus alluding that Montag, by harboring books, has…

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