Montag Changes In F451 Analysis

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Montag changes in F451 Have you ever had fun and never had to work? In F451 the members of the dystopias do this all day.They are so addicted to entertainment, they barely have to think. Montag, the protagonist of Fahrenheit 451, changed due to conflicts with himself and others of this , and leads him to question the society and how technologically advanced is turning us into mindless robots with no thought or feelings. His first internal conflict was when Clarisse Asked him “Are you happy?”,he questions himself. He also had a conflict when he regrets that he did not care for others when he had a chance to. Montag had a internal conflict when Beatty killed himself. This connects to the theme because it shows how corrupt the society is by technology as an entertainment.
Clarisse, a shy frail girl that lives next to Montag, helped montag realize what a technologically advanced mindless society his was. She talks to Montag and asks him “Are you happy?”(pg.7) He never gave a response and wonders about it. From that point on we never see him
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Faber said that firemen are not needed because they did not even want to read,they are having fun. This is a quote form Faber explaining it:”Remember, the firemen are rarely necessary. The public itself stopped reading of its own accord. You firemen provide a circus now and then at which buildings are set off and crowds gather for the pretty blaze, but it's a small sideshow indeed, and hardly necessary to keep things in line. So few want to be rebels anymore. And out of those few, most, like myself, scare easily. Can you dance faster than the White Clown, shout louder than ‘Mr. Gimmick’ and the parlour ‘families’? If you can, you'll win your way, Montag. In any event, you're a fool. People are having fun.” The people are so addicted to fun and games they don’t feel curious to read the
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