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FAHRENHEIT 451 -- ILLUSTRATED SCREENPLAY & SCREENCAP GALLERY

[Clarisse] He's The Weir of Hermiston by Robert Louis Stevenson. The boy is his nephew. He's now reciting himself, so the boy can become the book.

[The Weir of Hermiston] "'I will be very quiet,' replied Archie. And I will be boldly frank. I do not love my father. I wonder sometimes if I do not hate him."

[Boy]"'I will be very quiet,' replied Archie. And I will be boldly frank. I do not love my father. I wonder sometimes if I do not hate him."

[The Weir of Hermiston] "There's my shame, perhaps my sin. At least, and in the sight of God, not my fault."

[Boy] "There's my shame, perhaps my sin. At least, and in the sight of God, not my fault."

[The Weir of Hermiston] "How was I to love him? He has never spoken to me, never smiled upon me. I do not think he ever touched me."

[Boy] "How was I to love him? He has never spoken to me, never smiled upon me. I do not think he ever touched me."

[The Weir of Hermiston] "He was more afraid of death than of anything else. And he died as he thought he would, while the first snows of winter fell."

[Boy] "He was more afraid of death than of anything else.

[The Weir of Hermiston] "And he died --"

[Boy] And he died while the first --"

[The Weir of Hermiston] "He died as he thought --

[Boy] "And he died as he thought --

[The Weir of Hermiston] "As he thought he would."

[Boy] "As he thought he would while the first snows of winter fell."

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