Part 1: The Hearth and the Salamander
1. What is Guy Montag's main responsibly as a fireman?
(a) To give medical aid
(b) To create the work schedules
(c) To start fires
(d) To put out fires
2. What is the general mission of the fire department in the novel?
(a) To burn books
(b) To aid civilians
(c) To educate people on fire prevention
(d) To arrest and execute arsonists
3. What aspect of Montag's job enthralls him?
(a) Meeting the cute nurses at the hospital
(b) Sliding down the fire pole when the alarm rings
(c) Rescuing cats and other animals
(d) Watching fire burn
4. What does Montag’s society most loathe?
5. Which members of society are sent to asylums if caught?
(a) Religious fanatics
(c) Book owners
(d) The unemployed
6. At the beginning of the novel, how does Montag feel about his job?
(a) He believes he is doing his civic duty
(b) He is proud to be considered a hero
(c) He feels ashamed to be harming innocent people
(d) He is proud to have followed in his father's footsteps
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