Last Fahrenheit fishbowl! Let's make it a great one.
Much, much better last time! Many very quality, well-supported comments. Here are a few highlights:
Noah asked, "Montag likes to comment on his hand like they have a mind of their own like on page 102 when it says,'Montag felt the guilt of his hands' why do you think that is?
Also, Marissa commented, "I think books were mostly banned to censor the information that makes the government look bad. Also, the stuff we see as violence is seen as entertainment to them, like when the bodies flew across the screen and Millie was not bothered by it. 'Millie, did you see that?''I saw it, I saw it!' pg 90
And Liam stated, "Early on in part two Faber describes books importance saying that 'they have quality. And what does the word quality mean? To me it means texture.' By this I think Faber means that unlike most things they have in this society, books have personality and creativity unmatched in the modern world.
I picked these as they each contextualized their questions or supported their comments with a passage from the text. Please do that for every post.
Let's aim for at least 5 good quality comments or questions today.