Theme Of Uncertainty In Fahrenheit

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People are often perplexed; they do not know what they want to achieve in life. They do not learn to appreciate what they have at the moment. This theme of uncertainty is portrayed in the novel Fahrenheit, by Ray Bradbury. The protagonist, Guy Montag, a fireman, who burns books is not satisfied with the way he lives his life. He feels like there is something missing; he is skeptical about the missing fraction of him. He said to Faber, “‘I’m not thinking. I’m just doing like I’m told, like always...I didn’t really think of it myself. When do I start working things out on my own’” (Bradbury 92). Montag is desperate for his own independence; he wants to be an individual that can think for himself without being programmed to do so. People

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