Tutor profile: Casey B.
In the book Fahrenheit 451, technology has a negative impact on society. In a well-thought out paragraph, explain whether you agree or disagree.
In the book Fahrenheit 451, technology has a negative impact on society. Technology is making people feel closer to the families that are on the television than their real families. In Fahrenheit 451, it states, “He heard the "relatives" shouting in the parlor.” (Bradbury 45) This quote shows that people were so addicted to technology that they considered the families on tv part of their families/relatives. The relatives he was referring to was the family on the television, Mildred watched the parlor walls so much that she considered them family. Montag was not obsessed with the tv, he wanted to have conversations and read. Montag was not able to read like he wanted to because owning books was illegal.
Subject: US History
The Civil War had a negative impact on the environment in the South. List two factors that may have played a role in this.
Both armies cut down large areas of lumber and established giant military camps. In addition, the military also used the disruption of waterways as a war strategy. This was hard on the people and animals that depended on that water.
In the play, Death of a Salesman, who is the most important character and why?
The most important character in the play is Willy Loman. Much of the play is spent showing Willy's life through flashbacks. These flashbacks reveal important events that happened in the past and help to shape the plot of the play. They also show how Willy regrets much of his past and reinforces one of the themes of the play.
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