Stereotypes In Fahrenheit 451

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Guy Montag believes that he is an innocent man, but is helping to create a darker society for those around him. He burns book because it is his job, not because he thinks they are dangerous. As Montag encounters different people, he slowly begins to realize that he lives in a messed up society and decides it is time to put an end to his lifestyle. He eventually becomes a wanted man and flees the city with the help of his good friend, Faber. When he is safe in the woods with different outlaws, the city he once lived in has been declared war upon. Minutes after he is aware of the situation, his homeland is wiped out. In the story of Fahrenheit 451, people have fallen victim to the cities case of censorship. They watch shows on the parlor walls,

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