Book Reports On Fahrenheit 451

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In Ray Bradbury’s book Fahrenheit 451, he creates a world where the government has forbidden anyone to have any kind of books that don’t align with their beliefs. If anyone possesses such books then they will be dealt with people called the firemen. They confiscate the books and burn them. When they are finished then they arrest the person who had them and throw them in jail or in an asylum depending on how many books they had. The main character, Montag, is a fireman who one night meets a teenage girl who was walking around the neighborhood at night. They meet and start having a conversation and at the end of the conversation that they have , the girl, Clarisse asks Montag if he is happy. He answers yes but after that he starts having second thoughts about …show more content…

She is the prime example of someone with no creativity in their life. She is constantly sitting down inside of her house watching tv all day. She has despised the fact that Montag convinced her to read the books with him. She wanted to go back to the life she had isolated herself with. She became hopelessly dependant on always sitting in front of a television because she never became comfortable being creative and thinking for herself. In the story, Mildred asks Montag if they can buy a fourth wall but he insists. “How long you figure before we save up and get the fourth wall torn out and a fourth wall-TV put in? It's only two thousand dollars." "That's one-third of my yearly pay." "It's only two thousand dollars," (Bradbury 9). She is very insistent on always getting a new television and she always ignores Montag when he tells her not to be so inclined with always being isolated from him. She is more like a robot than a human because she has basically no emotional attachment to her husband. If she went outside and detached herself from all of the technology in her house and spent time with Montag, then she would regain her human nature because she would feel love for

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