Height and weight
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
Visited the firehouse
Read illegal books
Watched her shows in the parlor
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
As a policeman who hates his job
As a fireman who loves his job
As someone looking for a job
As a writer
15 year old thinking sophomore
17 year old thinking teenager
20 year old working woman
14 year old deaf freshman
Going to school
Reading with his father
Writing with his mother
Reading with his mother by candlelight
He does not answer her
He says "yes" but he is not happy
He does not know the answer
He does not hear the question
It is a luxurious home
A home full of light and color
A home with children
Like a place of death and darkness
Mildred over-eats dinner
Montag goes back to work
Mildred overdoses on sleeping pills
Montag overdoses on sleeping pills
Because she does not attend school
Because she reads books
Because she thinks
All of the above
All dogs have died
Society has become "mechanical" and unthinking
Society has rise above clear thinking
Society has become a utopia
It recognizes Montag has handled/read books before
It recognizes Montag's fear in the air
It has been programmed to attack Montag
Because it thinks on its own
A woman lost her home to a fire
A woman lit herself and books on fire
A man lit himself on fire
A man lost his home to a fire
What was that person thinking?
Why didn't the firemen put out the fire?
Why did Beatty slap the woman on the face?
What would make someone willing to die for books?
She watches television
She reads books and magazines
She works selling books and magazines
She watches large screen TV's, listens to seashells,and drives fast
Because she wants to be an actor
Because she is already alone and disconnected from Montag
Because she is married to Montag
Because she wants a fourth television
To check on Montag's feelings
To check on Montag and tell him the true history of firemen
To check on Mildred's recovery
To have dinner with the Montags
It is the temperature at which germanium melts.
It is the maximum temperature of most ovens.
It is the temperature at which paper ignites and burns.
It is the temperature at which an Easy-Bake oven self-destructs.
Professor of English
Professor of History
A four-legged pet robot.
A robotic beast that destroys the entire city with a series of atomic explosions.
A six-legged robotic creature that devours books.
An eight-legged robot that injects procaine into its victims.
A book with a slash through it.
They are boring.
They make people think too much.
They are a shallow distraction from philosophical matters.
They decrease empathy in readers.
An army of mechanical hounds.
It is burned by the firemen.
It collapses in an earthquake.
It is bombed.
Beatty had lost his mind
Beatty was happy to see Montag again
He was furious over Montag's betrayal
Montag had shot a continuous pulse of liquid fire on him
He hid them in the Firehouse
Near the garden fence
In his truck
In front of Clarisse's place
Change and transformation
Alienation and loneliness
reliance on technology
They knew that Montag cheated every time he played cards
They were a bunch of silly firemen
The firemen knew that Montag wasn't trustworthy because he had betrayed them
Beatty was telling Montag to desist from having any books
He really liked Dr. Johnson
Beatty had had too much to drink
Her family was killed in a freak accident
The government had confiscated her family's belongings
The firemen were about to set her home and TVs on fire