Examples Of Conformity In Fahrenheit 451

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In montag 's enviroment people are just looking for distraction and pleasure, and this is given by the television. As long as people stick to movies, sports or anything that didnt requiered knowledge, didnt require them to think, they were ok. All of this is conformity, they are looking for something that destracts them from the real world, the need to think. In his novel people just the opposite began to appear, people that liked to think, proccess things, like observe nature, and ask questions, like Clarisse and Faber. In this novel Clarisse represents individuality and thought, but at the other side their are people like Captain Beatty that are trying to stop it, and he makes this by burning books.

In this novel you can see how Clarisse talk to Montag, you can see by the things she says that she is like anyone Montag has ever known. "I 'm antisocial, they say. I don 't mix. It 's so strange. I 'm very social indeed. It all depends on what you mean by social, doesn 't it? Social to me means talking to you about things like this." - Fahrenheit 451-. In this quote you can see how Clarisse likes to think about everything, about what does the word social means for her, about what other people think of her, etc. As the novel goes on you will see how the thoughtful ideas of Clarisse influece Montag to leave his work, to read more books, try to make a change in society and make people begin to read books again. This happens because as Clarisse talks with Montag, Montag begin
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