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This was not enough for the public. So, instead of telling people to not read material that upsets them, society as a whole decided to simply burn books rather than permit contradictory ideas. Once Guy Montag meets Clarisse (his next door neighbor), his whole outlook on life and purpose changes. Clarisse helps him open his mind to the beauty in nature and the ou... ... middle of paper ... ...turn to the burnt down city in hopes of rebuilding it into an intellectual and hardworking society. Ray Bradbury uses the power struggle between knowledge versus ignorance to enhance the meaning of the novel.
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