Topic Sentence: Everyone undergoes change in their life, whether it is beneficial or not.
Expand: Some can be life changing, while others can be life threatening.
Literary Information: In Ray Bradbury’s science fiction novel, Fahrenheit 451,
Lead into Thesis: Montag, the protagonist, lives in a world that dramatically changes him on a daily basis. It makes him realize how society has changed.
Thesis Statement: As the protagonist, Montag undergoes many changes throughout the book due to several characters that function as catalysts in his life.
Supporting Points: In Fahrenheit 451, Montag’s change is mainly related to 1) book burning #3 2) manipulative parlor families #1 3) and a strange girl who may have impacted his life forever.
**Closing Sentence: This book has opened eyes for many people, good and bad. It has definitely changed others perspectives on our society to this day.
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Topic Sentence: Whether it is a line from a show, or the fact that they are so separated from society, the parlor families always make Montag second guess himself.
Expand: They have showed him many things to which have triggered change within his life.
Supporting Point #1: To Montag, parlor families take on a big role to many people.
Lead: Mrs. Bowles made Montag realize how life is now that books are illegal. Proof: “Why don’t you just read us one of those poems from your little book” (Bradbury 98) Comment: This made Montag realize how separated the families are from society. It made him rethink how the world really sees’s things now that books are illegal. It has changed not only Montag, but everyone else in the world.
Lead: Mildred has impacted Montag’s life many time’s throughout the book. Proof: One of many examples is when Mildred was talking about all of her television shows. “Books aren’t people. You read and I look all