Fahrenheit 451 Faber Analysis

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In Fahrenheit 451, Faber makes a historical allusion to the ancient figure Julius Caesar and his Praetorian Guard. Julius Caesar was best known for his role as the dictator of Rome, Roman general, and putting an end to the Roman Republic. The Praetorian Guard were bodyguards for the Roman Empire. These guards were the head line up for protection,they were selected to protect and shield Roman Empires like Caesar. In Fahrenheit 451, Montag feels like there’s an aspect of his life missing, so he decides to approach Faber. Faber explains to him that part of what he’s missing can be found in books, however the other half will have to be found elsewhere. Faber then brings up that the fact that although books may help him and he may believe
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