Storyboard The Hearth and the Salamander Breck Radulovic, Kate Watkins, Arjun Patel (Hanes), Joanna Billings, Denton Hinsh...
Exposition - Character Analysis of Montag, Kate W <ul><li>The story unfolds with the scene of a fire. Montag stands over p...
Conflict- Conflict,  Joanna B. <ul><li>The main conflict of the first book would be Montag starts to realize that the worl...
Rising Action - Genre/Narrator, Breck R <ul><li>The Genre is science fiction, demonstrated by the futuristic setting and s...
Rising Action - Symbols, Joanna B. <ul><li>There were several symbols used through out the rising action of the first book...
Rising Action - Setting, Breck R <ul><li>The setting is in what seems to be a post-nuclear war society in North America. I...
Climax- Plot, Arjun P. <ul><li>  </li></ul><ul><li>                                               / </li></ul><ul><li>    ...
Falling Action - Similes and Metaphors Denton H. <ul><li>Some metaphors and similes of in  The Hearth and the Salamander  ...
Denouement - Theme, Kate W <ul><li>The Hearth and the Salamander 's theme is questioning the rules of society, or doubt. B...
Credits <ul><li>Breck Radulovic- Slide layouts, Setting (Rising Action), Genre/ Narrator(Rising Action), Editing </li></ul...
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  • Storyboard The Hearth And The Salamander

    1. 1. Storyboard The Hearth and the Salamander Breck Radulovic, Kate Watkins, Arjun Patel (Hanes), Joanna Billings, Denton Hinshaw (Meadowlark)
    2. 2. Exposition - Character Analysis of Montag, Kate W <ul><li>The story unfolds with the scene of a fire. Montag stands over piles of thousands of burning books, glowing with a smile of sheer joy. Suddenly, someone messes up, and he sees the firemen leave a woman who would rather die in the flames with her precious books. Then, Montag meets Clarisse, who shows him how life once was. He begins to question society, who are giddly unaware of anyone else. Starting to see major flaws in the crooked way the government controls things, he decides that a life burning books isn't for him. In fact, he is suspected of stealing a book from the flames by his fire chief,  who gives him a lecture on why he should just go along with it. Montag knows he is in peril for saving a book (actually, he has a whole stash of them), and asks his wife to just, for once, go along with it.  Spending her whole life in front of wall to wall tvs, she doesn't know how to deal with this sudden madness that may be the final straw on their relationship. </li></ul>
    3. 3. Conflict- Conflict,  Joanna B. <ul><li>The main conflict of the first book would be Montag starts to realize that the world he lives in is filled with emptiness, he begins to realize he is not truly happy. Montag begins to pay more attention to little things, and is becoming more emotional. </li></ul>
    4. 4. Rising Action - Genre/Narrator, Breck R <ul><li>The Genre is science fiction, demonstrated by the futuristic setting and scientific advancements in society. </li></ul><ul><li>  </li></ul><ul><li>  </li></ul><ul><li>The narration is third person omniscient. The narration is in third person, and the narrator knows others' thoughts.  </li></ul><ul><li>  </li></ul>
    5. 5. Rising Action - Symbols, Joanna B. <ul><li>There were several symbols used through out the rising action of the first book. One symbol I saw in particular was the salamander. The salamander is a mythical creature that has the ability to live in fire. In the story, the salamander represents the fire that the books burn in. A salamander can withstand the heat, but the books burn to ashes. Another symbol I noticed was the 451 symbol on Montags hat. The 451 represents the temerature at which books burn, Four hundred fifty-one degress fahrenheit. </li></ul>
    6. 6. Rising Action - Setting, Breck R <ul><li>The setting is in what seems to be a post-nuclear war society in North America. It is obviously in the future, because the events and society portrayed have not been seen before nor currently happening. The main buildings where the book is set are the firehouse, where Montag feels like a loner, Montag's home, where he feels estranged from his wife and hides his books, and various houses where books are being burned and he epiphanies on his feelings of books. </li></ul>
    7. 7. Climax- Plot, Arjun P. <ul><li>  </li></ul><ul><li>                                              / </li></ul><ul><li>                                            /    </li></ul><ul><li>                                          /        </li></ul><ul><li>                                      /            </li></ul><ul><li>                                    /                </li></ul><ul><li>                                  /                    </li></ul><ul><li>                                /                        </li></ul><ul><li>                              /                            </li></ul><ul><li>                            /                                 </li></ul><ul><li>_________ /                                    ________________   </li></ul>Conflict Exposition Climax Rising Action Resolution Falling Action Firemen are described  Firemen vs Society (Firemen burn peoples books) Montag meets Clarisse Wife Overdoses Hound Attacks Montag Montag Steals Book from Mrs. Blake's House Beatty Comes to Montag's House to talk to him Mildred finds Montag's Book Montag shows Mildred his collection of books Beatty comes back but leaves because Montag didn't open the door. He didn't open the door  because all the books were on the ground
    8. 8. Falling Action - Similes and Metaphors Denton H. <ul><li>Some metaphors and similes of in The Hearth and the Salamander  are: &quot;...her face is bright as snow in the moonlight&quot;, &quot;It fed in silence with an occasional sound of inner suffocation&quot;, &quot;...her face was like a small clock,&quot; &quot;His wife stretched on the bed like a body displayed on the lid of a tomb.&quot;  Ray Bradbury is an author who takes full advantage of similes and metaphors to make his point. Bradbury uses dramatic language to illustrate the dramatic society he writes about. </li></ul>
    9. 9. Denouement - Theme, Kate W <ul><li>The Hearth and the Salamander 's theme is questioning the rules of society, or doubt. Bradbury believes that people should develop an educated opinion of the world, by nursing their intellect. As the book starts with a quote by Juan Jimenez, &quot;If they give you ruled paper, write the other way.&quot; I think the point of that quote is to emphasize the importance of not only knowing facts, but understanding. 'The knowledgable speak, but the wise listen', as the saying goes. Montag, with the aid of Clarisse, suddenly realizes how the government brainwashes citizens to be giddily happy all the time, oblivious of the starvation and poorness of others in the world. Books hold such knowledge, Montag discovers, which is why he is employed to burn them. Books contain philosophy, conflict, and could create unrest in the population. </li></ul>
    10. 10. Credits <ul><li>Breck Radulovic- Slide layouts, Setting (Rising Action), Genre/ Narrator(Rising Action), Editing </li></ul><ul><li>  </li></ul><ul><li>Kate Watkins- Slide layouts, Theme (Denouement), Montag Analysis(Exposition), Editing </li></ul><ul><li>  </li></ul><ul><li>Arjun Patel- Plot (Climax), Editing </li></ul><ul><li>  </li></ul><ul><li>Joanna Billings- Symbols (Rising Action) Conflict (Conflict), Editing </li></ul><ul><li>  </li></ul><ul><li>Denton Hinshaw- Similes and Metaphors (Falling Action) </li></ul>

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