Essay On The Impact Of Book Fahrenheit 451

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The Impact Of Reading Books In the world that we are living today, it is important to read a book fro your won benefit and knowledge. In the novel Fahrenheit 451, however, people are not allowed to buy or read any books. By doing that, people do not understand the importance of books. In this novel though, three people influence Montag that people should be allowed to read books and makes him realize how important would be to do so. Clarisse, a stunning 17 years old, is one of the characters who impacted Montag’s thinking by showing her own world. During the story, Clarisse reminds Montag the firemen’s actual job when Clarisse says, “strange. I heard once that a long time ago houses used to burn by accident and they needed firemen to stop the flames” (Ray Bradbury 8). Clarisse rebels against these laws and is one of the characters that read a book. She made Montag confused on what he was doing in his job and after he realizes the reality and purpose of…show more content…
Faber makes Montag think about the importance of books when he says, “Do you know why books such as this are so important? Because they have quality” (Ray Bradbury 83). Faber says to Montag books are important because they have quality to it. He helps Montag to learn how to read and to make him understand why books are very important. Also, Faber makes suggestions to Montag when he says, “we do need knowledge… The books are to remind us what asses and fools we are” (Ray Bradbury 86). During Faber’s suggestions, Montag thinks and understands what he will do. Finally, Montag comprehends what Clarisse said to him earlier about the books, people’s thinking, and the “weird” community of people he is living in. Montag at some point decides to read the Bible so he can rebuild the city to make people able to read. The idea was not only found in the Bible, but also it was found by the impact of Clarisse, the old woman, and
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