Captain Do It All flew up to try and stop Book-burning-ben, Captain Do It All tried reasoning with him but he was not having it. Bookburningben tried to fire at hero when all of a sudden hero turned invisible. Book-burning-ben looked lost and confused when out of nowhere Captain Do It All tied a rope around Book-burning-ben and the brawl was over. Captain Do It All came down to help clean up with all of the mess Book-burning-ben had made. After the mess was clean he told us that he was good friends with the book company and that the schools were going to get better books.
Then, she says that teachers believe they portray such horrific behaviors that are immoral. We live in a world in which school shootings, drugs, and alcohol are rampant; therefore, professors shouldn’t teach those books in the classroom because they don't model good behavior. On the other hand, Omanovic points out in a report called Reading at Risk from the National Endowment for Arts that school districts are banning books. Instead of reading books, they’re more interested in the internet. The reports goes on to say that as more Americans lose an interest in reading the more our nation becomes "less informed, tolerant, and independent-minded."
If he was a good person from the start he wouldn’t have become a fireman in the first place, when his curiosity built on books he was becoming greedy for the knowledge, and finally, he killed his chief because of emotions. People who have read this book might have sympathized Guy Montag for he was changing to be a better person but overall he isn’t really the best hero. In Fahrenheit 451, the beginning of the book describes Montag doing his job as a fireman, a man who burns books. Books were considered illegal and so these men would have to search for them and burn them. These men were considered the “bad guys” right off the bat and Montag was a part of them.
They realized they were severe murderers during the first two invasions. She tells him, "We are like you ... We did not mean to murder, and when we understood, we never came again ... We could live with you in peace." When he gets back to his colony, Ender writes a novel about the buggers and their interactions with humans as though the queen herself was speaking. He signs his name as "Speaker for the Dead," and this idea launches a religion. People start having Speakers for the Dead at their funerals, telling true stories without hiding any faults or pretending any virtues.
This enabled him to explore in the library and affirm that he wanted to become a psychologist. Also, this allowed him to go to the library and read secular books. Danny could choose to go against his father’s will openly, even if he was secretive about it at first. In Romeo and Juliet, Fate seemed to play a huge role in bringing forth the tragedy of their deaths. Fate made Capulet’s servant illiterate and he had to ask Romeo to read the invitations.
Throughout the book Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk, the protagonist (who is not clearly named towards the end of the book) is narrorating the book. One who doesn’t read towards the end of the book would think that it is just the main character narrorating the story. This book goes very deep into the mind of the protagonist suprising the reader who maybe thought it was just a fighting book, with extra violence, and action. Tyler Durden, a man with a far different nature than the average civilized man. He has a hatred for consumer culture, and lives his life on the edge, not caring about organization, even destroying some of the consumer culture with help from his followers.
“…and sat mumbling, ‘Poor family, poor family, oh everything gone, everything, everything gone now…’” (Bradbury 114). Mildred, his own wife, called the fire department because of the books Montag kept. Not only did she just call the fire department, but she called the one place that Montag worked and was already on the edge of being fired and put in prison. In one shot he lost his wife and job and in pages to come, his home. Many people would just give up, give Beatty the books within the 24 hours or just burn the rest of them but not Montag.
Ellie says “He was wild and outrageous. He didn’t care what he did or what anyone thought…” Homer always seemed to be in trouble. Halfway through the novel we start to see Homer changing into the leader of the group. Ellie says “It’s hard to think that this fast-thinking guy ‘Homer’ was once hardly even trusted to hand out the books at school.” At the end of the novel we find Homer being the commander of the group, devising plans and giving people orders. Ellie says about Homer’s latest plan to blow up a bridge in Wirrawee to stop enemy movements, “It was a high risk plan, but a brilliant one.” From start to finish in the novel Homer grows into a trusted, responsible leader who is very mature and quick thinking.
After art started becoming about the money, Bnaksy told terry to bring out the film, make a documentary, and show the world that it wasnt about the money at all. The documentary was called "Life Remote Control". "Bent telephone booth""Mariland Manroe" Mr. Brainwash- Terry became Mr. Brainwash. Terry started doing street art for hisself because banksy told him too. He made a businesss strictly for printing art at a commercial scale.
Andrew Kim Ms. Seemann Eng./Writing July 18, 2012 Life Lessons What can one learn about life lessons in a book? The novel Fahrenheit 451, composed by Ray Bradbury, teaches a variety of life lessons one can learn. The story starts off with Guy Montag, a fireman, who lives feeling compassionate about books and literature, which are illegal due to the government's fear of having citizens to be intelligent. Ironically, a fireman's job is to cause fire. They burn books from orders of the government, but throughout the story, Montag had the desire to change his fate.