He thought that even though we have everything we need to be happy, but without being able to think for ourselves, we’re not truly happy. Right then, a new door reveals itself to Montag. In part three of Fahrenheit 451, Montag realizes that he is putting himself and Mildred in danger by returning a book to Beatty in order to trick him. After all, Beatty knows that Montag have books and he already hints that Montag have 24 hours to burn them or the firemen will come to Montag’s house and burn them for him.
Guy Montag from fahrenheit 451 and Truman Burbank from from the Truman Show have similarities and differences. Guy and Truman both wanted changes in their society. Truman did not know that everyone was watching him. Guy Montag was a fireman who destroyed people's houses and the problem was he had no choice because his boss ordered him to burn the houses because of owning books. Guy did not like the idea of burning houses because of owning books.
In summary, "stop and frisk" should not be a law anymore because it does not help our community, in fact, it ruins it. The primary reason that shows why to stop and frisk ought not to exist as a law is because guiltless individuals are getting accused of unsafe individual activities. Nevertheless, people still believe that "stop and frisk" protect them and that people from different races are a danger to the society. What people are claiming is false claims because it is not proven by actual statistics. Some people still think that "stop and frisk" is a law that helps bring peace to the nations.
The book Fahrenheit 451 written by Ray Bradbury talks about a fireman named Guy Montag. Guy Montag’s occupation is to destroy books because it is illegal to have and read. Guy Montag, and majority of society never thought to question why is was illegal to read books, until he became friends with a girl named Clarisse. Clarisse makes Montag wonder why it is illegal to read books, and he begins to question the existence of life. Guy Montag goes through multiple encounters to influence his look on life and to begin to question many things.
”(Bradbury pg.7) The symbols connects to Montag because burning books he loves to burn books with pleasure and taking away people 's knowledge. He destroys books because it is what he does as a fireman. In Fahrenheit 451 the government does not want people to have
Montag rebels against everything he knows to gain knowledge that he is not able to gain by the law. Montag also has ideas on how to overthrow the firemen. The largest act of Montag being an anti hero is killing his boss to stop the burning of books. He switched the safety catch on the flamethrower. Bradbury states, “.”Beatty glanced instantly at Montag's fingers and his eyes widened the faintest bit.”
Montag begins to collect more books hoping to find out more information on the past and why the world is the way it is. One night, when he was under a lot of stress, he told his wife that he had books. His wife was too terrified to live with it, so she turned him in. Captain betty ordered montag to burn his house down but montag not only set fire to his house on fire but he set fire to betty. Montag runs away but the mechanical hound shoots montag in the leg.
For example, when Montag is burning the books (Bradbury 1). This makes Montag so ecstatic to burn the books. Nature is inserted in this sense because they are destroying the habits of people. One example of this is when the girl wants to die with her books instead of giving them up (Bradbury 40). This is affecting Montag because he destroying habits to people, but makes him so excited.
Arthur Miller makes it clear that having a good name is more important that the truth, Proctor, Parris, and Danforth all decided their name and reputation was more important than the lives of innocent people. Their decisions went deeper and deeper and made things get worse. Having a good name effected how Proctor acted because he doesn 't want to tell the truth about things he knows just to keep his name. Reputation effects Parris because, he doesn 't want to go against the bible and be accused of working with the devil. Lasly a good name affects Judge Danforth 's decisions because he sees that later he has killed innocent people, but does not want to come forward because he 's killed to many innocents and people will look at him different.
After reading this part of his speech it seemed like he started to care only abot his repuation and himself. He talks less abou the people and in my opinion this makes him looks selfish. Besides eventhough he did not mean for all the people to die, it still happened and he should be punishemnt for the crimes he commmited. Therefore after John Browns speech i gained more repect for him but then losted
Faber is asking to get his house burnt to a crisp, but montag decide not to turn him into his higher ups. This society scares people that break the rules so much that they turn themselves in. This society makes people feel guilty for reading books. In the real world, society does something similar to this, just with opinions and not books. Society is so concerned about being politically correct , it silences people who have opposing opinions.
But, they don’t just start fires for no reason. Books have become outlawed due to the lack of creativity. Everyone is the same. The people who have questions and are social are considered the outcasts. Because authors are so different from everyone else with their creative ideas, the books are burned, along with the homes of the people who were caught with a book.
Imagine a world where books are illegal and firemen start fires instead of putting them out. A fireman named Montag lives in this world. Montag originally agreed with the laws against books but eventually broke them himself. Mildred eventually becomes sick of having the books in her house and breaking the law so she turns in an alarm against him. Montag then runs away and find the “book people” and live with them in the free community.
In this book, firefighters are not any ordinary firefighters; instead of putting out the fires they start them on, only two things, houses and books. Books are banned from society by the government, and people are now distracted by “parlor walls’ or, in some teenagers cases, races or Fun Parks. Parlor walls are TVs built into the walls and costs you $2,000 to broadcast entertainment and news that are checked by the government. He likes the job until he meets his new neighbor, Clarisse McClellan, who is an “anti-social” seventeen year old. In other people’s minds she is antisocial because she doesn’t like things other people like, but to her she is social because her definition of social is talking about things that others don’t think twice about, like how strange the world is.(Bradbury 27)
In the novel, Fahrenheit 451, written by Ray Bradbury, a story is told about a man named Guy Montag, a fireman who burns books in a society where books are illegal and everyone is trying to be happy in the wrong ways. Montag ends up questioning the ordinary and discovers that books are the answer, not the curse, so he escapes society to start all over. Through Montag’s experiences and influences, he learns that there is more to the strange life he is living, which changes his character. “It was a pleasure to burn” (Bradbury 1); says Guy Montag. Montag is content with his way of living.