Our (Spanish) teacher offered we choose a book. I said Fahrenheit 451.
I had the 1966 Truffaut film on VHS, and then read the book and noticed it had major differences to the film. So I leant my VHS to classmates, but didn’t mention the differences.
I got the only A. 😈 https://t.co/nKDHY1UeW7
@parabasis 'Fell in love with' is a tough call for high school English. Brave New World or maybe, valued 1984, Walkabout, Fahrenheit 451 among others. Think I need higher quality than I got at high school for 'falling in love with'.
@Scarlettbbydoll Doing a Fahrenheit 451, but unironically, because Ray Bradbury was a cishetwhitemale wasn’t he? By doing this radical act of subversion I am being intersectionally unproblematic. In this callout essay I will
@Sassenach7471 Fahrenheit 451.
I read it at a time where I was struggling to find a “definition” of myself. The way that Montag is able to reject what he was familiar with in favor of a completely new and unknown perspective really related to me.
In a way: I’m still trying to find that.
everyones talking about reading these books in highschool but ive read Fahrenheit 451, Animal Farm, and To Kill A Mockingbird in seventh grade, and did an entire unit on Of Mice and Men and another one on All American Boys in eighth ?? https://t.co/jbOM6ktOCA