Montag's Rebellion In Fahrenheit 451

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The word illicit sums up the confusion and weakness of the main character, Montag, a follower of the dystopian society, but introduced to a new way of thinking, but he is incapable of handling the contrast of reality and what life is really about. The oppression of dystopian society reveals when he is unsettled about his life due to several instances which make him begin to think beyond his ability and act irrationally rebelling to in an attempt to make changes in society. In Fahrenheit 451, Ray Bradbury illicits a rebellion through the characterization of Guy Montag as he questions the direction of society in order to suggest the audience does the same thing. Unsettled in his life, the protagonist, Guy Montag is forced to question the status quo of his 2025 society which make him begin to think beyond his ability and act irrationally rebelling to in an attempt to make changes. Montag, a weak human easily influenced by others until he meets Clarissa, who questions what he does and asks him why. Troubled by all the questions from Clarissa he begins to look deeper into his life with [her name] his wife and begins to wonder if he is pleased. In a fury, he thinks by …show more content…

As Clarisse questions why Montag begins to think about his actions and how they affect people as well as society. The reader realizes Montag is a puppet in the dystopian society following the protocol as he is told by society. Montag’s inability to reason with what he is doing makes him gullible. Montag’s society would consider him dangerous within his society, but in reality he is escaping what is a dysfunctional. Montag is a puppet in the dystopian society following the protocol and his inability to reason with what he is doing makes him gullible and dangerous within this

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