Theme Of Seclusion In Fahrenheit 451

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Alfred Mikhael Mrs. Moniz ENG 1D9 October 29, 2017 Formal Literary Paragraph In Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451 Faber’s resistance and seclusion show that wisdom cannot exist in a society that cannot accept criticism. First of all, Faber is very scared and lives in total seclusion which made him very wise and pure. When Montag goes inside Faber’s house Bradbury writes “The front door opened slowly. Faber peered out, looking very old in the light and very fragile and very much afraid. The old man looked as if he had not been out of the house in years. He and the white plaster walls on the inside were much the same” (76), this description of Faber and his house shows that Faber is very afraid of the outside world. He is described as the same

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