Theme Of Nature In Fahrenheit 451

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Nature is one of the finest, non-materialistic gifts God has to offer. The morning dew on the beautiful green grass and shrubs, the way the trees sway side to side when the wind blows it 's breath towards them, and the way the ecosystem wakes up for another day of God’s most precious gift; life. It is truly disturbing how one can take something for granted, or in this case, the majority of society in Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451. Clarisse McClellan, a very naturalistic, down to earth, rebellious seventeen year old bookworm who modifies Guy Montag’s perspective on the natural world, and the difference maker of the novel. Nature is such an underrated gift, and can impact a person 's life tremendously.
Ray Bradbury birthed Clarisse McClellan
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