Guy Montag's Journey Into Nature In Fahrenheit 451

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Nature; a simple word, yet it can mean so much more. It is home to animals, insects, and humans. Many different experiences can happen in nature as the depicted in Nature by Ralph Waldo Emerson. Guy Montag’s, from Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury, journey into nature is reflected in Nature. Also, there is a sense of the occult relation between a man and vegetable. First off, Guy Montag’s journey into nature can be reflected in Nature by Ray Bradbury. In Montag’s journey he is relaxed and has entered solitude. This is reflected in Ray Bradbury’s Nature. Throughout the piece, he explains solitude and one’s relationship with nature. “To go into solitude, a man needs to retire as much from his chamber as from society” (Emerson.) In this a reader

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