Everyone else; Montag
Clarisse’s two favorite subjects were … and …
… was an cowardly, retired English professor who has knowledge and refuses to use it.
Guy asked Millie if the … and “family” loved her?
Books; Alarm; Fireman’s
Montag and the professor plan to make copies of the …, sound the …, and burn the … houses.
The listening device that Montag ad the professor used was called the …
As he is becoming wiser, Montag does not want to … just to be told what to do again.
The … Montag had stolen was thought to be the last of its kind.
“Just as … fall through a …,” knowledge goes in and out of our minds.
The professor tells Montag he is becoming wise because Montag finally displays evidence of …
How to interpret the books
Montag desires the professor to teach him …
What has already been learned
The professor tells Montag he needs 3 things in reading: Quality of books, leisure to think, and the ability to carry out …
A misunderstood smile or grin.
To entrap or trick.
To spread throughout or blush
Person who maliciously burns property.
Dressed fanciful in color and decorated.
Person skilled in study of languages.
A paste to prepare clean teethe.
Device used to separate matter.
Rhythmic, flowing sounds.
“… he saw their … cat smiles burning through the walls of the house, and now they were screaming at each other above the din” (89).
‘”It’s an … plan, if I do say so myself.’ Faber glanced nervously at the bedroom door'” (86).
“In the hall Mildred’s face was … with excitement” (72).
“…if you read fast and all, maybe some of the sand will stay in the …” (74).
“…he talked in a … voice, looking at the sky and the trees and the free park, and when an hour passed” (75).