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Important Quotes from Fahrenheit 451: Examples and Analysis

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What does Clarisse want from Montag in Fahrenheit 451?

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1. Why does Montag feel frustrated with his wife in Fahrenheit 451?

2. Who says, 'I don't talk things, sir. I talk the meaning of things,' in Fahrenheit 451?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz will test you on important quotes from Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451. You'll answer questions about key characters from the novel and the significance of their quotes.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz will challenge you to:

  • Recall what Clarisse wants from Montag
  • Understand why Montag is frustrated with his wife, Mildred
  • Attribute a quote to its speaker
  • Choose a quote spoken by Captain Beatty
  • Know who speaks to Montag about leaving something substantive behind after dying

Skills Practiced

You'll get practice applying the following skills:

  • Knowledge application - use what you know about Clarisse to identify what she wants from Montag
  • Information recall - access knowledge you've gained regarding the reason why Montag is frustrated with his wife
  • Making connections - connect quotes to characters and vice versa

Additional Learning

Important Quotes from Fahrenheit 451: Examples & Analysis is a related lesson that provides more examples. The lesson goes over the following objectives:

  • Learn about Montag's interactions with several key characters
  • Understand what Montag is searching for
  • Determine why Captain Beatty sees thinking as dangerous
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