Guy Montag's Use Of Religion In Fahrenheit 451

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In Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451, the main character, Guy Montag struggles with living in a society that bans books. He feels books and literature are important for society and mankind to succeed. Throughout the book, Guy Montag relates his lack of understand of his society and mankind to his confusion of religion. He uses the language of a religious motif as examples of his attitude towards society and mankind. Ray Bradbury uses religious language to show Guy Montag's lack of understanding of mankind's behavior. One example of this is during a conversation he has with Mildred’s friends. He is bored with their topic of conversation and finds himself thinking about the confusion he felt as a child in church and how this conversation is
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