Examples Of Disobedience In Fahrenheit 451

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Montag’s disobedience is evident in the book, Fahrenheit 451; he journeys to find the significance in the items he is obligated to burn and faces the conformity set forth by his dystopian society; this urge develops when he meets his sixteen-year-old neighbor, Clarisse; her curiosity triggers Montag’s realization of how unsatisfied he is with his life. Throughout the book, Montag tries to rid his society from ignorance; Montag wants to broaden the society's outlook on life that is limited by the lack of information offered to them; as a result, Montag is able to revive mankind from the oppression, and influence future social growth. Disobedience is a valuable trait that allows Montag to face the complexity and issues of his society;

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