Human Instinct In Fahrenheit 451

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In conclusion, Bradbury is showing that there is a natural human instinct, even in a society brain washed by technology, to preserve knowledge or to be knowledgeable of nature, literature, and the past. Bradbury uses Guy Montag, a character with severe mind/body disconnect, to communicate this idea. Bradbury shows that the people living in the dystopia that is Fahrenheit 451 are illiterate and empty through Montag’s mind body disconnect. The author also conveys that hope always has a place in society despite what technology tells Montag through the involvement of human instinct to be literate and knowledgeable, and through the descriptions of Montag’s hands. Towards the end of the book, Bradbury communicates the idea that knowledge of nature
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