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Preliminary Advanced English - Critical Study of a Text: Fahrenheit 451 - Creative Writing

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A creative writing piece modelled on the style of Ray Bradbury's writing based on the prompt: Rewrite a chapter of the book from an alternate viewpoint. I was praised for my understanding of Bradbury's writing techniques and for choosing a relatively unexplored character. I received 17/20 marks.

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Pipes, bolts and screws dominated Theo’s vision as he took in the elaborate engineering above him - staring through strained and tired eyes his first thought was of confusion. His second one Fear. Theobald Chase was not an extraordinary man, he was average height, build & weight - living in an average house with an average income, and an extraordinary mind. He’d been told all his life he was different, and that different was bad. The last thing he remembered was going for a walk, the moon illuminating the path for him; and then, startlingly blinding lights. A booming voice and a name; the name - Montag. But then what Investigating his surroundings was harder than he thought. There was him - suspended, hanging from the metal maze, trapped. There was the harness - a burnt ash colour, covered in a clear fireproof sheath. And there...
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