War In Fahrenheit 451

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(MIP-3) Contrary to the society's thought that what they are doing is beneficial, it ultimately demolished the society in the long run. (SIP-A)Throughout the story, the community is fighting in a war and despite many warning signs showing they are in danger, they failed to recognize it. (STEWE-1) Unlike most, Montag realizes what is going on and with concern says, “I've heard rumours; the world is starving, but we're well-fed. Is it true, the world works hard and we play? Is that why we're hated so much? I've heard the rumours about hate, too, once in a long while, over the years. Do you know why? I don't, that's sure!” (70). The world outside the society Montag lives in can see the danger in what is going on with their obsession with technology,…show more content…
The government has full control over all of the members in the community. (STEWE-2) While the war is in action Montag has a vision of his wife Millie, “He saw her leaning toward the great shimmering walls of color and motion where the family talked and talked and talked to her, where the family prattled and chatted and said her name and smiled at her and said nothing of the bomb that was an inch, now a half inch, now a quarter inch, from the top of the hotel...” (152). Millie is so invested with her screen that she is unconcerned about the danger occuring a few feet away. Among many others, Milie has ignored all of the signs that clearly show their way of life is not working. It is not until she “saw her own face reflected there, in a mirror instead of a crystal ball…” (152). The fact that Montag’s community ended by war was solely the governments fault. The people in control have created society full of citizens that are incapable of having their own opinions and making change when noticing what is going on around them. (CS) Overall, the control society has on the citizens, is more harmful than for their well…show more content…
(BS-3) What society is doing in the book is far from beneficial, it ultimately demolished the society in the long run. (BS-2) As a result of the control and regulation that the government has on their citizens, it ultimentally causes more issues for them.
(BS-1) Montag’s society is deliberately controlling and manipulating the citizens, for the purpose to gain control, even at the expense of stripping their ability to have
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