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Fahrenheit 451 und Censorship

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LK Englisch Q2/1. Hbj. 03.12.2020 2. Klausur [225 Min. = 3 Std. 45 Min.] Theme: Medien in ihrer Bedeutung für den Einzelnen und die Gesellschaft Visions of the future: utopia and dystopia Text PART A: Ray Bradbury: Fahrenheit 451 (excerpt from a dystopian novel) 749 words Text PART B: Sylvia Schwab: Martin Schäuble: "Cleanland" - Dystopie einer Gesundheitsdiktatur (Buchrezension auf deutschlandfunkkultur.de) 478 words Assignments: 1. Summarize briefly what the following excerpt from "Fahrenheit 451" depicts. Provide necessary background information needed to understand this excerpt from Bradbury's novel. (AFB I - comprehension and orientation) 2. Analyze the atmosphere that prevails in this scene between Montag and Clarisse and describe their relationship illustrated here focusing on four examples from the text. (AFB II - analysis) uniform 1. 40 in awe - with deep respect 3. Comment on whether censorship is still a current topic today and compare it with the censorship themed in Fahrenheit 451. (AFB III - comment) Annotations: 1. 20 slender (face) - narrow/slim face 1. 32 phoenix-disc on his chest - sign of a phoenix on his fire department Please, deal with the assignments in the given order and try to find appropriate introductions and endings to each answer. In the analysis always support your findings with reference and /or quotations from the text and quote properly, giving line references. Seite 1 von 5 Sound 10 15 floring 20 noven ents 25 30 PART A Novel excerpt from "Fahrenheit 451" by...

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Ray Bradbury, 1953, pp. 10-12 (Cornelsen) Part One: The Hearth and the Salamander narrative [...] The last few nights he had had the most uncertain feelings about the sidewalk just around the corner here, moving in the starlight toward his house. He had felt that a moment before his making the turn, someone had been there. The air seemed charged with a special calm as if someone had waited there, quietly, and only a moment before he came, simply turned to a shadow and let him through. Perhaps his nose detected a faint perfume, perhaps the skin on the backs of his hands, on his face, felt the temperature rise at this one spot where a person's standing might raise the immediate atmosphere ten degrees for an instant. There was no understanding it. Each time he made the turn, he saw only the white, unused, buckling sidewalk, with perhaps, on one night, something vanishing swiftly across a lawn before he could focus his eyes or speak. But now, tonight, he slowed almost to a stop. His inner mind, reaching out to turn the corner for him, had heard the faintest whisper. Breathing? Or was the atmosphere compressed merely by someone standing very quietly there, waiting? pespective ->> at night: gloomy uneasy tense (air changed) contrast: contra fascination uncertainty speculation (perhaps) curious He turned the corner. The autumn leaves blew over the moonlit pavement in such a way as to make the girl who was moving there seem fixed to a sliding walk, letting the motion of the wind and the leaves carry her forward. Her head was half bent to watch her shoes stir the circling leaves. Her face was slender and milk-white, and in it was a kind of gentle hunger that touched over everything with tireless curiosity. It was a look, almost, of pale surprise; the dark eyes were so fixed to the world that no move escaped them. Her dress was white and it whispered. He almost thought he heard the motion of her hands as she walked, and the infinitely small sound now, the white stir of her face turning when she discovered she was a moment away from a man who stood in the middle of the pavement waiting. The trees overhead made a great sound of letting down their dry rain. The girl stopped and looked as if she might pull back in surprise, but instead stood regarding Montag with eyes so dark and shining and alive, that he felt he had lively said something quite wonderful. But he knew his mouth had only moved to say Mifeels appreciated, worth. Seite 2 von 5 Season fascination with Clarise first in pressin the way she carries hesself (leaves Clarisses concentrated. -rate for their world 35 Smell (before Sound) 7senses 40 45 50 55 60 hello, and then when she seemed hypnotized by the salamander on his arm and the phoenix-disc on his chest, he spoke again. "Of course," he said, "you're a new neighbour, aren't you?" "And you must be"-she raised her eyes from his professional symbols-"the fireman." Her voice trailed off. "How oddly you say that." "I'd-I'd have known it with my eyes shut," she said, slowly. "What-the smell of kerosene? My wife always complains," he laughed. "You never wash it off completely." "No, you don't," she said, in awe. He felt she was walking in a circle about him, turning him end for end, shaking him quietly, and emptying his pockets, without once moving herself. "Kerosene," he said, because the silence had lengthened, "is nothing but perfume to me." "Does it seem like that, really?" "Of course. Why not?" She gave herself time to think of it. "I don't know." She turned to face the sidewalk going toward their homes. "Do you mind if I walk back with you? I'm Clarisse McClellan." "Clarisse. Guy Montag. Come along. What are you doing out so late wandering around? How old are you?" They walked in the warm-cool blowing night on the silvered pavement and there was the faintest breath of fresh apricots and strawberries in the air, and he looked around and realized this was quite impossible, so late in the year. There was only the girl walking with him now, her face bright as snow in the moonlight, and he knew she was working his questions around, seeking the best answers she could possibly give. "Well," she said, "I'm seventeen and I'm crazy. My uncle says the two always go together. When people ask your age, he said, always say seventeen and insane. Isn't this a nice time of night to walk? I like to smell things and look at things, and sometimes stay up all night, walking, and watch the sun rise." They walked on again in silence and finally she said, thoughtfully, "You know, I'm not afraid of you at all." He was surprised. "Why should you be?" Seite 3 von 5 extremely Small details amaze one reflective anore of introd-etion deep vant to understand each other very connection immediately: gives him nore information than he asked for connection to normal naive world->distancing herself anakened: Senses PART B: Mediation Together with our partner school in England, we are planning a project on "utopian and dystopian books about the corona pandemic". For this project, the pupils of the European School Troisdorf as well as the English pupils research books and present them to each other in English via video chat. You have found this review of Martin Schäuble's work "Cleanland". Summarize the content of this novel and present it to your classmates and the pupils of your partner school via videochat. Martin Schäuble: ,,Cleanland" Dystopie einer Gesundheitsdiktatur Von Sylvia Schwab In ,,Cleanland" entwirft Martin Schäuble das Bild eines hygienediktierten Überwachungsstaats! Parallelen zur Jetztzeit sind unübersehbar. OLEANLAND Martin Schäuble ist für seine politischen Jugendbücher bekannt. Mal geht [es] um Islamismus wie in ,,Blackbox Dschihad" oder um Rechtsradikale wie in ,,Sein Reich". Jetzt erzählt der studierte Politikwissenschaftler vom Leben nach einer Pandemie. Der Ort: irgendwo in Europa. Die Zeit: nach einer Pandemie und dem ,,gesunden Wandel". Fünf Gesetze der Reinheit bestimmen das Leben in diesem hygienediktierten Überwachungsstaat, in dem immer und überall ein ,,Protector", ein Ganzkörperanzug, und ein Controller, ein Steuerungs- und Überwachungsgerät getragen werden. Nachts desinfizieren Cleaner die Wohnungen, während deren Bewohner*innen mithilfe von ,,Nachtheiler"-Pillen tief schlafen. Statt Schule gibt es Homelearning. Küssen ist verboten. Und jede Wohnung hat eine Sicherheitsschleuse und einen Saferoom, in dem die Alten und Kranken hinter Glas ,,geschützt" leben. Gesundheitsdiktatur unterdrückt Individualismus Wie perfekt diese Gesundheitsdiktatur jeden Individualismus unterdrückt, bemerkt die fünfzehnjährige Schilo erst, als das System immer näherkommt, als der kleine Bruder ihrer Freundin Samira auf unbestimmte Zeit wegen Renitenz in einem Saferoom eingeschlossen wird und sie erfahren muss, dass ihr tot geglaubter Opa doch noch lebt - außerhalb des Staates, in den ,,Sicklands", die ,,verseucht, verdammt, verloren" sind. Und dann verschwindet Samira auch noch in einem Umerziehungslager. Schilos Mutter, Mitarbeiterin im Ministerium, ist vollkommen absorbiert vom Seite 4 von 5 state controlled by Control relationships neglected are Regime und deshalb ignorant gegenüber der allgemeinen Unterdrückung. Hilfe findet das Mädchen allein bei Toko, ihrem nächtlichen Cleaner. Gemeinsam planen sie ihre Flucht. Parallelen zu Corona unübersehbar Erschreckend sind die Sicherheitsvorkehrungen dieser Zukunftsgesellschaft und man fragt sich besorgt, wie es wohl bei uns weitergeht mit und nach Corona. Dabei ist erstaunlich, wie präzise Martin Schäuble die vielen schwierigen Erfahrungen und Themen unserer Zeit mit technisch ausgeklügelten Science-Fiction-Motiven verbindet. Er dreht die Corona-Schraube um ein paar Umdrehungen weiter und nimmt damit die Ängste ganzer gesellschaftlicher Gruppen in seine Geschichte auf. Seine Cleanland-Dystopie ist stringent entworfen, absolut gespenstisch und eine gezielte Warnung vor zu viel hygienebedingter Überwachung. Fantasievoller Visionär Wenn Martin Schäuble seinen Roman schon vor Corona entworfen hat, ist er ein fantasievoller Visionär. Sollte sein Zukunftsszenario erst mit Corona entstanden sein, ist es ein treffsicherer Schnellschuss. Was allerdings auch Schwächen mit sich bringt: Schilos Entschluss zur Flucht wird psychologisch kaum vorbereitet und kommt zu abrupt. Und auch die Flucht selbst ist zu knapp und einfach geschildert. Man wird das Gefühl nicht los, dass der Autor nach der überzeugenden Darstellung der allgemeinen sozialen Verhältnisse im ersten Teil seines Buches dann am Schluss ein wenig unter Zeitdruck geriet. Ein Buch zum Weiterdenken Ansonsten ist ,,Cleanland" ein spannender Jugendroman, der die aktuelle gesellschaftliche Diskussion technisch und psychologisch interessant inszeniert und [...] journalistisch versiert auf den Punkt erzählt. Wie die Welt ,,nach Corona" bzw. nach dem im Roman diktatorisch durchgeführten ,,Gesunden Wandel" aussehen wird, ist eine spannende Frage - nicht nur in der Literatur. [...] KJB, Frankfurt 2020 205 Seiten, 14 Euro Ab 12 Jahren https://www.deutschlandfunkkultur.de/martin-schaeuble-cleanland-dystopie- einer.950.de.html?dram: article id=488095 Renitenz - deutsche Synonyme: Rebellion, Widerstand, Ablehnung Seite 5 von 5 negative tendencies psychological impacts Kurs/Fach: Englisch LK G R 3 Name: Karlotta Exar xam no 5.2 Serves as Seite PART A Assignment 1: Summary The given excerpt from Ray Bradbury's novel "Fahrenheit 451" deals with the first interaction between the main protagonist Guy Montag and his 17-year-old neighbor Clarisse McClellan as Montag returns home from his job as fireman 1 Fahrenheit 451, dystopia, censorship comes Datum: 12/3/20 Montag has a strange feeling while walking home and soon after spots the teenage girl. The sight of her wandering Lalong the sidewalk fascinates him. For this reason, he approaches her and the two of them start talking about Montag's job at the fire station, which Clari. very curies. Labout, before officially introducing themselves. isse, is to an end when Clarisse The scene states that she is not afraid of the fireman who in return enquires why she should be. This interaction between the characters Konzept und Layout: the basis for the changes with Montag goes through in the rest novel, a of Bradbury's Gedruckt auf 100% Recycling-Papier 2 Assignment 2: Analysis In the given excerpt from Ray Bradbury's novel "Fahrenheit 451" a certain atmosphere not Seite only imports the emotions of the reades, but also characterizes Montag and Clarisse' relationship. Through the third-person limited narrative, one gets to know Montay's perception of the described situation. be at Firstly, it has to be considered that the season of fall, in which the excerpt takes place, has an immense impact of the overall atmosphere. W When Montag walks home, it is dock (cf.ll. 1. f.) and likely slightly cold. However, this is in no way unsettling to the main characte, but instead enhances the "special calm" (1.4) he feels. Despite his uncertain feelings " (1.1), Montag seems to Another in the quiet night. aspect of the important the ground. Lore the autumn leaves found The author describes how they blow "over the ease season on the moonlit pavement" (1.17) and mentions the Sounds which the trees make as a result of light breeze (cf. 1.27). This detailed description provided due to Bradbury's use of an extension of time, allows the reader to truly imagine the atmosphere characterizing The previously mentioned anturn leaves. as introduction to the first impression whic Clarisse makes Montag. As the author mentions the flying leaves, he creates to Clarisse's sliding walk, letting the motions of the wind and the leaves carry her forward" (11.18 f.). Furthermore, the sounds of the wind which make Montag wonder if he is hearing Clarisse's breath (cf.1.13), are the basis for anothe netaphor. Bradbury states that "her dress [...] whispered" (1.23). Consequently, one sees as the girl seems to be strongly connected to the world around he. The wind and leaves represent the smooth way in which she carries herself which is extremely fascinating to Montag when he her for the first time. This fascination is essential to their relationship and Clarisse's role catalyst in Montag's life, as it impacts. the man's willingness to learn from her. Montag feels even drawn to Seite 3 Salamander seems connection more each as the teenager after they start engaging in a the. However, at this conversation with say that point it becomes apparent that the fascination is reciprocated. One example for this is that Clarisse notices the symbol of the Montay's uniform (cf. 1.31) and enquires him about the smell of kerosene (cf. 1.45). She is very curious about Montag's job and aware of many details. Montag to notice small things about Clarisse well, as he utters that "he [knows] she 4 Seite was working his questions around" (1.56). Both of them the other's behavior and analy lyse truly want to know and understand This is not both the one another, source of a lively, energized atmosphere and an relationship. Clarisse's inquisitiveness is infections to Montag and leads to him not only questioning and reflecting co Clarisse's behavior, but also becoming increasingly of the world presence alone seems to incluce him. Clarisse's Montag to follow his ·curiausity to see what is Laround the corner. The repetition of the word. perhops" (1.6, 10) represents his speculations and willingness to gain knowledge. Another example for this is the closing question. Why should be?" (1.64) which is Montag's response to Clarisse. not afraid of him. This voicing that she is seemingly naive response actually leads to Clarisse and Montag reflecting more about his job. He respects. takes her and her questions. seious enough to allow himself to doubt his Levery day life. The enlightening ambience during the conversation between the two characters awakening in the rest the foundation of Guy Montag's of the To draw conclusion, it that in the except at hand, the reader I gets to know the relationship between Clarisse and Montag and its character a important aspect of their anare around novel. you can be said Kurs/Fach: Englisch LK Name: Karlotta Said through detailed description of the somewhat gloomy, yet mostly calm, curious, aware, liberating atmosphere. By creating atmosphere with an abundance of information the author Ray Bradbury allows the reader to relate to the characters' feelings and emotions, underlining their role in this important. relationship which is essential to the development of the story. Comment on Assignment 3: Comment In Ray Bradbury's novel "Fahrenheit 451", one of the censorship is core issues discussed. Through the burning of books, the people in pover destroy a huge amount of information which will no longer be available to the public. Furthermore, they control what people may a free press. the novel, the question arises of censorship is in moder society. compare listen to by not allowing When reading how present In order to question and Lou: world to the oystopie depicted in the novel, I will make use of various references providing information about the debate about censorship in the United States. In 2020, it once again became apparent current topic when this that consorship is still a discussion as and Seite 5 Datum: 12/3/20 Our many not See and sparked after the online Konzept und Layout: Gedruckt auf 100% Recycling-Papier

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LK Englisch Q2/1. Hbj. 03.12.2020 2. Klausur [225 Min. = 3 Std. 45 Min.] Theme: Medien in ihrer Bedeutung für den Einzelnen und die Gesellschaft Visions of the future: utopia and dystopia Text PART A: Ray Bradbury: Fahrenheit 451 (excerpt from a dystopian novel) 749 words Text PART B: Sylvia Schwab: Martin Schäuble: "Cleanland" - Dystopie einer Gesundheitsdiktatur (Buchrezension auf deutschlandfunkkultur.de) 478 words Assignments: 1. Summarize briefly what the following excerpt from "Fahrenheit 451" depicts. Provide necessary background information needed to understand this excerpt from Bradbury's novel. (AFB I - comprehension and orientation) 2. Analyze the atmosphere that prevails in this scene between Montag and Clarisse and describe their relationship illustrated here focusing on four examples from the text. (AFB II - analysis) uniform 1. 40 in awe - with deep respect 3. Comment on whether censorship is still a current topic today and compare it with the censorship themed in Fahrenheit 451. (AFB III - comment) Annotations: 1. 20 slender (face) - narrow/slim face 1. 32 phoenix-disc on his chest - sign of a phoenix on his fire department Please, deal with the assignments in the given order and try to find appropriate introductions and endings to each answer. In the analysis always support your findings with reference and /or quotations from the text and quote properly, giving line references. Seite 1 von 5 Sound 10 15 floring 20 noven ents 25 30 PART A Novel excerpt from "Fahrenheit 451" by...

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Ray Bradbury, 1953, pp. 10-12 (Cornelsen) Part One: The Hearth and the Salamander narrative [...] The last few nights he had had the most uncertain feelings about the sidewalk just around the corner here, moving in the starlight toward his house. He had felt that a moment before his making the turn, someone had been there. The air seemed charged with a special calm as if someone had waited there, quietly, and only a moment before he came, simply turned to a shadow and let him through. Perhaps his nose detected a faint perfume, perhaps the skin on the backs of his hands, on his face, felt the temperature rise at this one spot where a person's standing might raise the immediate atmosphere ten degrees for an instant. There was no understanding it. Each time he made the turn, he saw only the white, unused, buckling sidewalk, with perhaps, on one night, something vanishing swiftly across a lawn before he could focus his eyes or speak. But now, tonight, he slowed almost to a stop. His inner mind, reaching out to turn the corner for him, had heard the faintest whisper. Breathing? Or was the atmosphere compressed merely by someone standing very quietly there, waiting? pespective ->> at night: gloomy uneasy tense (air changed) contrast: contra fascination uncertainty speculation (perhaps) curious He turned the corner. The autumn leaves blew over the moonlit pavement in such a way as to make the girl who was moving there seem fixed to a sliding walk, letting the motion of the wind and the leaves carry her forward. Her head was half bent to watch her shoes stir the circling leaves. Her face was slender and milk-white, and in it was a kind of gentle hunger that touched over everything with tireless curiosity. It was a look, almost, of pale surprise; the dark eyes were so fixed to the world that no move escaped them. Her dress was white and it whispered. He almost thought he heard the motion of her hands as she walked, and the infinitely small sound now, the white stir of her face turning when she discovered she was a moment away from a man who stood in the middle of the pavement waiting. The trees overhead made a great sound of letting down their dry rain. The girl stopped and looked as if she might pull back in surprise, but instead stood regarding Montag with eyes so dark and shining and alive, that he felt he had lively said something quite wonderful. But he knew his mouth had only moved to say Mifeels appreciated, worth. Seite 2 von 5 Season fascination with Clarise first in pressin the way she carries hesself (leaves Clarisses concentrated. -rate for their world 35 Smell (before Sound) 7senses 40 45 50 55 60 hello, and then when she seemed hypnotized by the salamander on his arm and the phoenix-disc on his chest, he spoke again. "Of course," he said, "you're a new neighbour, aren't you?" "And you must be"-she raised her eyes from his professional symbols-"the fireman." Her voice trailed off. "How oddly you say that." "I'd-I'd have known it with my eyes shut," she said, slowly. "What-the smell of kerosene? My wife always complains," he laughed. "You never wash it off completely." "No, you don't," she said, in awe. He felt she was walking in a circle about him, turning him end for end, shaking him quietly, and emptying his pockets, without once moving herself. "Kerosene," he said, because the silence had lengthened, "is nothing but perfume to me." "Does it seem like that, really?" "Of course. Why not?" She gave herself time to think of it. "I don't know." She turned to face the sidewalk going toward their homes. "Do you mind if I walk back with you? I'm Clarisse McClellan." "Clarisse. Guy Montag. Come along. What are you doing out so late wandering around? How old are you?" They walked in the warm-cool blowing night on the silvered pavement and there was the faintest breath of fresh apricots and strawberries in the air, and he looked around and realized this was quite impossible, so late in the year. There was only the girl walking with him now, her face bright as snow in the moonlight, and he knew she was working his questions around, seeking the best answers she could possibly give. "Well," she said, "I'm seventeen and I'm crazy. My uncle says the two always go together. When people ask your age, he said, always say seventeen and insane. Isn't this a nice time of night to walk? I like to smell things and look at things, and sometimes stay up all night, walking, and watch the sun rise." They walked on again in silence and finally she said, thoughtfully, "You know, I'm not afraid of you at all." He was surprised. "Why should you be?" Seite 3 von 5 extremely Small details amaze one reflective anore of introd-etion deep vant to understand each other very connection immediately: gives him nore information than he asked for connection to normal naive world->distancing herself anakened: Senses PART B: Mediation Together with our partner school in England, we are planning a project on "utopian and dystopian books about the corona pandemic". For this project, the pupils of the European School Troisdorf as well as the English pupils research books and present them to each other in English via video chat. You have found this review of Martin Schäuble's work "Cleanland". Summarize the content of this novel and present it to your classmates and the pupils of your partner school via videochat. Martin Schäuble: ,,Cleanland" Dystopie einer Gesundheitsdiktatur Von Sylvia Schwab In ,,Cleanland" entwirft Martin Schäuble das Bild eines hygienediktierten Überwachungsstaats! Parallelen zur Jetztzeit sind unübersehbar. OLEANLAND Martin Schäuble ist für seine politischen Jugendbücher bekannt. Mal geht [es] um Islamismus wie in ,,Blackbox Dschihad" oder um Rechtsradikale wie in ,,Sein Reich". Jetzt erzählt der studierte Politikwissenschaftler vom Leben nach einer Pandemie. Der Ort: irgendwo in Europa. Die Zeit: nach einer Pandemie und dem ,,gesunden Wandel". Fünf Gesetze der Reinheit bestimmen das Leben in diesem hygienediktierten Überwachungsstaat, in dem immer und überall ein ,,Protector", ein Ganzkörperanzug, und ein Controller, ein Steuerungs- und Überwachungsgerät getragen werden. Nachts desinfizieren Cleaner die Wohnungen, während deren Bewohner*innen mithilfe von ,,Nachtheiler"-Pillen tief schlafen. Statt Schule gibt es Homelearning. Küssen ist verboten. Und jede Wohnung hat eine Sicherheitsschleuse und einen Saferoom, in dem die Alten und Kranken hinter Glas ,,geschützt" leben. Gesundheitsdiktatur unterdrückt Individualismus Wie perfekt diese Gesundheitsdiktatur jeden Individualismus unterdrückt, bemerkt die fünfzehnjährige Schilo erst, als das System immer näherkommt, als der kleine Bruder ihrer Freundin Samira auf unbestimmte Zeit wegen Renitenz in einem Saferoom eingeschlossen wird und sie erfahren muss, dass ihr tot geglaubter Opa doch noch lebt - außerhalb des Staates, in den ,,Sicklands", die ,,verseucht, verdammt, verloren" sind. Und dann verschwindet Samira auch noch in einem Umerziehungslager. Schilos Mutter, Mitarbeiterin im Ministerium, ist vollkommen absorbiert vom Seite 4 von 5 state controlled by Control relationships neglected are Regime und deshalb ignorant gegenüber der allgemeinen Unterdrückung. Hilfe findet das Mädchen allein bei Toko, ihrem nächtlichen Cleaner. Gemeinsam planen sie ihre Flucht. Parallelen zu Corona unübersehbar Erschreckend sind die Sicherheitsvorkehrungen dieser Zukunftsgesellschaft und man fragt sich besorgt, wie es wohl bei uns weitergeht mit und nach Corona. Dabei ist erstaunlich, wie präzise Martin Schäuble die vielen schwierigen Erfahrungen und Themen unserer Zeit mit technisch ausgeklügelten Science-Fiction-Motiven verbindet. Er dreht die Corona-Schraube um ein paar Umdrehungen weiter und nimmt damit die Ängste ganzer gesellschaftlicher Gruppen in seine Geschichte auf. Seine Cleanland-Dystopie ist stringent entworfen, absolut gespenstisch und eine gezielte Warnung vor zu viel hygienebedingter Überwachung. Fantasievoller Visionär Wenn Martin Schäuble seinen Roman schon vor Corona entworfen hat, ist er ein fantasievoller Visionär. Sollte sein Zukunftsszenario erst mit Corona entstanden sein, ist es ein treffsicherer Schnellschuss. Was allerdings auch Schwächen mit sich bringt: Schilos Entschluss zur Flucht wird psychologisch kaum vorbereitet und kommt zu abrupt. Und auch die Flucht selbst ist zu knapp und einfach geschildert. Man wird das Gefühl nicht los, dass der Autor nach der überzeugenden Darstellung der allgemeinen sozialen Verhältnisse im ersten Teil seines Buches dann am Schluss ein wenig unter Zeitdruck geriet. Ein Buch zum Weiterdenken Ansonsten ist ,,Cleanland" ein spannender Jugendroman, der die aktuelle gesellschaftliche Diskussion technisch und psychologisch interessant inszeniert und [...] journalistisch versiert auf den Punkt erzählt. Wie die Welt ,,nach Corona" bzw. nach dem im Roman diktatorisch durchgeführten ,,Gesunden Wandel" aussehen wird, ist eine spannende Frage - nicht nur in der Literatur. [...] KJB, Frankfurt 2020 205 Seiten, 14 Euro Ab 12 Jahren https://www.deutschlandfunkkultur.de/martin-schaeuble-cleanland-dystopie- einer.950.de.html?dram: article id=488095 Renitenz - deutsche Synonyme: Rebellion, Widerstand, Ablehnung Seite 5 von 5 negative tendencies psychological impacts Kurs/Fach: Englisch LK G R 3 Name: Karlotta Exar xam no 5.2 Serves as Seite PART A Assignment 1: Summary The given excerpt from Ray Bradbury's novel "Fahrenheit 451" deals with the first interaction between the main protagonist Guy Montag and his 17-year-old neighbor Clarisse McClellan as Montag returns home from his job as fireman 1 Fahrenheit 451, dystopia, censorship comes Datum: 12/3/20 Montag has a strange feeling while walking home and soon after spots the teenage girl. The sight of her wandering Lalong the sidewalk fascinates him. For this reason, he approaches her and the two of them start talking about Montag's job at the fire station, which Clari. very curies. Labout, before officially introducing themselves. isse, is to an end when Clarisse The scene states that she is not afraid of the fireman who in return enquires why she should be. This interaction between the characters Konzept und Layout: the basis for the changes with Montag goes through in the rest novel, a of Bradbury's Gedruckt auf 100% Recycling-Papier 2 Assignment 2: Analysis In the given excerpt from Ray Bradbury's novel "Fahrenheit 451" a certain atmosphere not Seite only imports the emotions of the reades, but also characterizes Montag and Clarisse' relationship. Through the third-person limited narrative, one gets to know Montay's perception of the described situation. be at Firstly, it has to be considered that the season of fall, in which the excerpt takes place, has an immense impact of the overall atmosphere. W When Montag walks home, it is dock (cf.ll. 1. f.) and likely slightly cold. However, this is in no way unsettling to the main characte, but instead enhances the "special calm" (1.4) he feels. Despite his uncertain feelings " (1.1), Montag seems to Another in the quiet night. aspect of the important the ground. Lore the autumn leaves found The author describes how they blow "over the ease season on the moonlit pavement" (1.17) and mentions the Sounds which the trees make as a result of light breeze (cf. 1.27). This detailed description provided due to Bradbury's use of an extension of time, allows the reader to truly imagine the atmosphere characterizing The previously mentioned anturn leaves. as introduction to the first impression whic Clarisse makes Montag. As the author mentions the flying leaves, he creates to Clarisse's sliding walk, letting the motions of the wind and the leaves carry her forward" (11.18 f.). Furthermore, the sounds of the wind which make Montag wonder if he is hearing Clarisse's breath (cf.1.13), are the basis for anothe netaphor. Bradbury states that "her dress [...] whispered" (1.23). Consequently, one sees as the girl seems to be strongly connected to the world around he. The wind and leaves represent the smooth way in which she carries herself which is extremely fascinating to Montag when he her for the first time. This fascination is essential to their relationship and Clarisse's role catalyst in Montag's life, as it impacts. the man's willingness to learn from her. Montag feels even drawn to Seite 3 Salamander seems connection more each as the teenager after they start engaging in a the. However, at this conversation with say that point it becomes apparent that the fascination is reciprocated. One example for this is that Clarisse notices the symbol of the Montay's uniform (cf. 1.31) and enquires him about the smell of kerosene (cf. 1.45). She is very curious about Montag's job and aware of many details. Montag to notice small things about Clarisse well, as he utters that "he [knows] she 4 Seite was working his questions around" (1.56). Both of them the other's behavior and analy lyse truly want to know and understand This is not both the one another, source of a lively, energized atmosphere and an relationship. Clarisse's inquisitiveness is infections to Montag and leads to him not only questioning and reflecting co Clarisse's behavior, but also becoming increasingly of the world presence alone seems to incluce him. Clarisse's Montag to follow his ·curiausity to see what is Laround the corner. The repetition of the word. perhops" (1.6, 10) represents his speculations and willingness to gain knowledge. Another example for this is the closing question. Why should be?" (1.64) which is Montag's response to Clarisse. not afraid of him. This voicing that she is seemingly naive response actually leads to Clarisse and Montag reflecting more about his job. He respects. takes her and her questions. seious enough to allow himself to doubt his Levery day life. The enlightening ambience during the conversation between the two characters awakening in the rest the foundation of Guy Montag's of the To draw conclusion, it that in the except at hand, the reader I gets to know the relationship between Clarisse and Montag and its character a important aspect of their anare around novel. you can be said Kurs/Fach: Englisch LK Name: Karlotta Said through detailed description of the somewhat gloomy, yet mostly calm, curious, aware, liberating atmosphere. By creating atmosphere with an abundance of information the author Ray Bradbury allows the reader to relate to the characters' feelings and emotions, underlining their role in this important. relationship which is essential to the development of the story. Comment on Assignment 3: Comment In Ray Bradbury's novel "Fahrenheit 451", one of the censorship is core issues discussed. Through the burning of books, the people in pover destroy a huge amount of information which will no longer be available to the public. Furthermore, they control what people may a free press. the novel, the question arises of censorship is in moder society. compare listen to by not allowing When reading how present In order to question and Lou: world to the oystopie depicted in the novel, I will make use of various references providing information about the debate about censorship in the United States. In 2020, it once again became apparent current topic when this that consorship is still a discussion as and Seite 5 Datum: 12/3/20 Our many not See and sparked after the online Konzept und Layout: Gedruckt auf 100% Recycling-Papier