Full title: Fahrenheit 451
Author: Ray Bradbury
Type of work: Novel
Genre: Science fiction
Date and location written: 1950–1953; Los Angeles, California
Date of first publication: 1953
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Narrator: Third-person, omniscient
Climax: Montag's own library burning
Setting: The future
Point of view: Montag’s
Falling action: Montag’s trip out of the city into the country
Tense: Mainly past
Tone: Ironic, satirical, ominous at times
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