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[Type here] Footnotes to Literature Fahrenheit 451 Novel by Ray Bradbury Del Ray, 1991 Footnotes and Student Activities Compiled by Kristin Runyon on Behalf of EIUTPS
[Type here] Table of Contents Footnote Page in Novel Type of Source Strategy 1. hearth & salamander 1 dictionary entries graphic organizer chart (motif) 2. minstrel man 4 dictionary & images graphic organizer web (key concept) 3. Clarisse, Guy Montag 6 website & video reference for names (symbolism) 4. fireman 7 etymology dictionary visual representation (key difference) 5. jet bombers 13-14 videos “Put Yourself in the Picture” (key difference) 6. science/speculative fiction 15 web article quotation scavenger hunt (genre) 7. seashells & wall-TV 16-20 ads & article silent conversation & (key concept) advertisement/PSA 8. dystopian 32 dystopian creative rewrite of scene (genre) characteristics 9. first fireman 34 Bill of Rights point of view writing (key concept) 10. books 38 articles about reading 3-2-1 notes &
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[Type here] Footnote #1 Title of this first section: “The Hearth and the Salamander” Page 1; “Part One: The Hearth and the Salamander” Resource: Graphic organizer 4-column chart; definitions from Merriam-Webster online provided for hearth and salamander . Activity: Students will use chart to keep track of references to fire, hearth, home, salamander and the symbolism throughout the novel (with ongoing additions to chart paper on the walls). After each Part in small groups (3-4), students will summarize the overall symbolism of fire in that section paying attention to how Bradbury’s use of fire changes over the course of the novel (which also shows how fire is a motif more than a symbol).
Fire Motif in Fahrenheit 451 Quotation and page # Definition/Image Symbolism in story Importance to story Hearth in title of “Part One: The Hearth and the Salamander” Hearth—floor of fireplace; area in front of fireplace; symbol of one’s home - webster.com/dictionary/hearth The word hearth is only used in the title of part one; it does not appear in the text of the novel. The title essentially means “The Home and the Man” The use of hearth is ironic because in “Part One,” Montag’s house is described as cold and impersonal. Salamander in the title of “Part One: The Hearth and the Salamander” Salamander—a small animal that looks like a lizard with smooth skin and that lives both on land and in water; a mythical animal have the power to endure fire without harm - webster.com/dictionary/salamander The salamander is the symbol of the firemen; the image of a salamander is on Montag’s coat, helmet, and lighter.

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