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Old 12-04-2013, 07:15 PM
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English Paper- Fahrenheit 451 Literary Analysis

Attached is a paper (Literary Analysis) I wrote for my High school English Class. We are required to post it in a way others will be able to read it, and What better place than the org? Also, if you've read the book it will make a lot more sense. Thanks for looking!
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I had to read the book this past semester for my English class and I have to say, this is a very good paper. You make your point about censorship very clear and lay out your examples in a concise way. The only part of the story I noticed that was missing is the way in which the government made sure the people didn't have the books (which was obviously the firefighters, who, ironically, started fires instead of putting them out like they do today.) Overall though, an excellent paper.
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Thank you. Yes, I can see how someone who might not have read the book would not quite grasp the way in which the censorship took place, but usually the book needs to be read for full understanding. This book is definitely a book that needs to be read, I'm sure you can relate! It was an... interesting and different book, to say the least. Again thanks, glad someone on here is still in school!

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Nice work!

I'm an English teacher!
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Thanks! We do quite a few of these analysis' in AP (Advanced placement) English. I wish my English teacher drove a diesel truck, that would be sweet!
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Nice work!

I'm an English teacher!
What school do you teach at?


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I sucked at school work,so Im gonna take the teacher at his word and say, NICE JOB!
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Good stuff.. I just read it while sitting in my truck waiting for the only powerstoke at my college to save me and stsrty truck. Something about leaving the lights on? Hahah

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But it just feels right to be the only diesel parked in the "too small for my truck" school parking lot, does it not?! I always park on the street actually. Crewcab just doesn't work, plus I'm always running in 3 minutes before the bell!
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Don't end your sentences with prepositions.
I teach in the town listed as my location.

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But it just feels right to be the only diesel parked in the "too small for my truck" school parking lot, does it not?! I always park on the street actually. Crewcab just doesn't work, plus I'm always running in 3 minutes before the bell!
It feels even better to park a lifted crew in the teachers' lot.

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