How would you react if everything you knew wasn't right but wrong? The book Fahrenheit 451 by, Ray Bradbury is about a man name Guy Montag that is unhappy with his life being a firefighter that starts fires by burning books. This book is based on the future. When Montag finds out the truth his life changes. Montag meets Clarisse, Faber and, Beatty his world changes for better and worse.
Clarisse is an odd seventeen year old who likes odd stuff including books. “well” she said, “I'm seventeen and I'm crazy” said Clarisse. This shows how naive and careless she is as she tells Montag, at this point a complete stranger to her. Clarisse so willingly tells Montag this might show that she doesn't think that deep. “There's a man in the moon” said Clarisse. She notices things that the majority people in her society do not. Clarisse also has different opinions and reactions towards thing, weather better or worse. Clarisse is a curious and adventurous seventeen year old.
Faber teaches Montag one lesson, its not about the books. Books reflect life. “It's not books you need, it's some of the things that once were it books..the same infinite detail and awareness could be projected through radios and televisions, but are not” said Faber. Showing Montag technologies once in the past that are also stories in books. Televisions, phones and radios are used in ways such as making your voice heard. “We are living in a time when flowers are trying to live on flowers, instead of growing on good rain and black loam” said Faber. There isn't room to grow and be free. Everything is being watched and controlled without having a voice. Books reflect life such as the chapter's go by what's next not backwards.
Captain Beatty is the head moncho fire-man but he knows more about books than anyone else. “What is it about fire that's so lovely? No matter what age we are” said Captain Beatty. Being young means no worries. It's the times when everyone loves and...
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