Cautious and Unsure
Enthusiastic and Confident
Rebellious and Non-Accepting
He did not have a job
He met her at a park
He met her at the fire station
His wife introduces him to Clarisse
He is walking home and he feels that somebody is there, and then he sees her
A rose garden
Visited the firehouse
Read illegal books
Watched her shows in the parlor
A party with friends
Somebody messed with his combination on the Hound's "memory" system
He once tripped over the Hound and injured it
The Hound sensed that he was reading books
The Hound did not like only being programed to hunt and kill
Put out fires before burning paper
Burn houses known to have books
Save those who read books
Clean out the firehouse
Birds can fly like reading books.
The books are compared to birds because as the books are burning, they take "flight" to that of birds/pigeons that are nuisances.
Books have flying covers in the future.
Birds and books both can fly in the future.
Burning books are like kerosene igniting fire.Burning books are like kerosene igniting fire.
The kerosene used to start fires is difficult to wash off completely.
This could mean that once you burn something important like books, you can't exactly shake off the feelings after you've done it as it is the guilt of burning books and the houses that contain them.
This could mean that firemen must never wash off kerosene, so they can smell the part.
Clarisse is more like the wife that Montag wishes he had married.
Mildred is not as interesting as Clarisse.
Bradbury wants the reader to know Clarisse before she is written out of the storyline.
It is probably because Clarisse will be of more importance in the story and to show the differences in personalities of the two of them.
Mildred cannot change the channel on the TV by herself.
Mildred needs help because she overdosed on sleeping pills and was completely passed out.
The Mechanical Hound has invaded their home, and Mildred is petrified the Hound will inject her with his needle.
The fireman are out front of the house preparing to burn their home.
In Montag's house, Mildred and Guy hardly ever talk or communicate in any way. Mildred is always in the "parlor" and Guy is often at work. At Clarisse's house, she and her family often talk and discuss things.
In Montag’s house, Mildred and Guy have three large screen TV’s. At Clarisse’s house, she and her family have no large screen TV’s.
In Montag’s house, books are hidden. At Clarisse’s house, books are stacked neatly in shelves on fully display.
In Montag’s house, the Mechanical Hound is a playful pet. At Clarisse’s house, the Mechanical Hound devours her uncle.
Clarisse is different than Mildred because Mildred is very shy; whereas, Clarisse is very outspoken.
Clarisse is different from Mildred because she has thoughts about the world for what it really is, unlike Mildred who doesn't really care.
Clarisse is different from Mildred because she has thoughts about Hersey bars, unlike Mildred who thrives on Snickers.
Clarisse is different from Mildred because she keeps books, unlike Mildred who throws books away.
The Mechanical Hound is a computerized Pit Bull and serves as a chaser of anyone holding a book.
The Mechanical Hound is a friendly robotic dog who serves as a family pet for Mildred.
The Mechanical Hound is a construction of Legos. This Hound is a watchdog for the fire house.
All of the above.
The Hound doesn't like Montag and acts coldly toward Montag.
The Hound considers Montag a toy and playfully chases Montag down the streets of the neighborhood.
The Hound is extremely attached to Montag, so the Hound wags its tail.
The Hound is fearful of Montag and runs away whenever Montag comes near.
Society considers Clarisse anti-social because she rarely comes out of her home, except to visit with Montag.
Society considers Clarisse anti-social because she spits on firemen whenever they approach her to chat about books.
Society considers Clarisse anti-social because she believes dandelions can reveal whether a person loves another, or not.
Society considers Clarisse "anti-social" because she thinks differently and doesn't speak of the "normal" things in their society.