Name three symbols in Fahrenheit 451 and what they represent?

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Many major symbols appear in the titles Bradbury uses in the novel. The title of the novel, Fahrenheit 451 is symbolic because it is the temperature at which paper burns. Two other symbols associated with fire appear in the title of Part 1 of the novel, the hearth and the salamander. The hearth contains a fireplace and, when used constructively, can heat a home. Ancient...

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