How Did Montag Change In Fahrenheit 451

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Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury has been a classic book for years since its publishing date in 1953, with the plot or the book and a different take on the future. In this a person may say why care about it, to in a way it shows what literature has to offer. Thus it is said in that sense of though that a person should care what a book has to offer with this statement as an example. Ray Bradbury develops the character of Guy Montag in Fahrenheit 451 through what Montag says about other people in which they reflect on him as how they see him. First Montag changes from his conversation with Beatty (the fireman captain) and burning books and why they do it when he say the woman willingly have herself burn. The support is ¨You, weren't there, you didn't see¨ he said. here must be something in books, things we can't imagine, to make a woman stay in a burning house; there. and you don't stay for nothing.¨ (Bradbury pg51) For example this is how the parts of text from the book because of the impact it creates on Montag into changing his view on literature. The reason behind this conversation is the fact that they burn books for a job and someone sacrificed their life for books willingly and then makes Montag questions books.…show more content…
Clarisse said she found it strange that Montag is a fireman and is nice to her she saw it weird for a fireman to be like that. This statement is when Montag has a journey of development in the story. Then there is also the fact that Montag begins to ask questions more or even think about things he normally wouldn't think about. (Bradbury pg19) It is when Montag begins questioning things that he begins to get suspicious about what are really in books that the government doesn't want them to
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