The house realized something was off so a voice was let off. “The house tried to save itself Doors sprang tightly shut, but the windows were broken by the heat and the wind blew and sucked upon the fire……. The house gave ground as the fire in ten billion angry sparks moved with flaming ease from room to room and then up the stairs. While scurrying water rats squeaked from the walls, pistoled their water, and ran for more. And the wall sprays let down showers of mechanical rain.
Montag begins to question everything he has ever known (Bradbury). He starts thinking and steals one book from one of the burning site (Bradbury 34). His Captain comes to know about it and warns him but he still keeps some books with him. Then his Captain makes him burn his house to ashes. He kills his Captain and a few firemen and runs away from the crime spot.
After that, Nelec uses flamethrowers to evacuate all the people who are staying in town. Meanwhile, both the kids, Joe and Charles, found out that a large horrific creature absconded from the train when they are watching through the footage that they have
Montag witnesses both sides of fire in his lifetime. He has seen it cause pain and destruction but also bring hope and new beginnings. Just as a Phoenix rises from its own ashes, so too does Montag who rises from his faults and transforms into a flaming spirit of life lit by the words of wisdom derived from works of literature. Throughout the novel, Fahrenheit 451, fire can be seen as a symbol of destruction and chaos. The firemen use fire to burn away all works of literature and continue their hunt for books until all are destroyed.
He starts off as a fireman who sets houses on fire with the possession of books. Throughout the novel, he begins to realize that books may not be as bad as everybody sets them out to be. He steals a book from a house he burns and then reads it. He changes his opinion on books, Guy Montag
Montag attempts to get her out of the house and save her but she tells him to leave and lights the house on fire with a single match. He had taken a book from her house and brought it home. When he goes home that night, Mildred tells him that Clarisse McClellan is dead. The next morning he wakes up with “chills and fever” (48). Captain Beatty, head fireman, comes in when Guy and Mildred are discussing books.
(SIP-B) People in Montag’s society can’t go anywhere without watching something or paying attention to something. (STEWE-1) Montag shows some materialism too. Montag’s house gets burned down by Beatty and all he notice was the materials burnt into ashes. "He stepped into the bedroom and fired twice and the twin beds went up in a great simmering whisper, with more heat and passion and light than he would have supposed them to contain. He burnt the bedroom walls an the cosmetics chest because he wanted to change everything, the chairs, the tables, and the dining the silverware and plastic dishes, everything that showed that he had lived here in this empty house with a strange woman
1. Turn off all gas taps, then turn off gas at main 2.At All Times Keep Away From Windows.” Every householder was caught up in the nightly routine of ensuring that his house was fully ‘blacked out’; failure to do so was more than likely to draw on him the anger of the air raid warden and the neighbours, and persistent offending to result in a summons to the magistrates court. Parceling in Blackouts The poster (figure.2.121) shows a railway porter, holding up a lamp in his left hand,
Gerald stood still, the memory of the approaching Germans fresh in his head. “Thousands of them, mama. I saw them approaching from the bridge outside the gates.” Albina cursed and grabbed for the iron rod which was kept on the couch. Hitting it repeatedly on the wall, all she could think of was her husband’s letters telling her of the danger which awaited all of them soon. “Go get Ferdi and Everard.” She kicked the wall again and the plaster came tumbling down, revealing a worn out wooden closet.
The theatre set was up in flames. There was a plume of black smoke billowing into the air, making it look like night-at noon. Everybody was outside, away from harm. So they thought. The director yelled out something about a girl stuck inside the set, and Bolt, a superpowered dog, rushed into the set through a small opening in the wall-an air vent- and came back with the little girl.
The book i am responding to is Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury. In Fahrenheit 451, there is a particular event in the book that rather shocked me. In section 1, from pages 33 to 37, Montag and his fire crew get a call to an elderly womans house in the middle of the night to burn her books. The firefighters demand she tell them where the books are and they tear up her house looking for them. What surprises me the most is that the firefighters start the fires and don 't put them out like in our modern day world.
We are heading to an outpost in russia disarm one of the nuclear nano bombs. I just found out today that society doesn 't know about war and every one in every country thinks there society is perfect. Why does the government do this the people need to know what 's going on. So, i decided to take a look in the sergeant 's office when he fell asleep. I found a file about society and as soon as I opened it the sergeant walked back in and as soon as he saw me with the file he pulled the alarm, so I shoved him to the ground and bolted out the door everyone ran out of their cabins.