Fahrenheit 451 Quote Analysis

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By studying the principles of Montag in Fahrenheit 451 we learn that principals can change as quickly as you start to see clearly. In part one of Fahrenheit 451 Montag’s principle have been fogged up by the way his society is. He had no doubt that he was doing the justifiable thing when he says “It was a pleasure to burn. It was a special pleasure to see things blackened and changed.” (4). Montag thinks that burning books feels good, but only because that is what he thinks is the right thing to do, but in part one he began to question if what he was doing was correct or not. He first started to question everything after he met Clarisse his neighbor and specifically when she asked him if he was happy and he didn’t answer but later he thought

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