Little does Romeo know she is about to wake up due to the sleeping potions 48-hour time limit. But before she wakes, Romeo makes the bold, braving decision to be with her and drinks poison laying next to her while dying. This is the end of Romeo, but as he died Juliet wakes up and is horrified to see Paris and Romeo both dead. She takes Romeo's dagger and says “My body will be your sheath” (Act 5 Line 186), soon after she stabbed herself and died next to Romeo. All of these different kinds of love lead to the death or 13-years-old Juliet and 18-year-old Romeo.
Clarisse, in this section, is additionally related to a mirror for helping Montag see his own problems and essentially, himself. Additionally, the Phoenix represents renewal of life and recarnation. In the novel, Granger makes a direct comparison between the story of the phoenix and humans, which both obliterated themselves in fire, but both start again, rising from their ashes. He introduces Montag to the other men, who are all former professors and intellectuals. He tells Montag that they have perfected a method of recalling word-for-word anything that they have read
Before he had found Juliet dead unknowing of the trick the friar pulled. He killed himself by poison just so he could be with Juliet in heaven. Juliet proceeds in saying, “ a cup closed in my true love’s hand? To make me die with a restorative. Thy lips warm” (5.3.166-172).
As the book goes on, Mildred and Montag have struggles. Montag realizes that Mildred wasn’t the person he fell in love with, and how she’s depressed and doesn’t even know it. The society that Montag is living in, isn’t a very good one. Some people rarely even go outside, they just watch the parlors, and that isn’t a good thing. Some people don’t evne know what the moon loosk like.
Reality was unpleasant for Walter Mitty, he used daydreams as an escape from his tedious everyday life. In the short story, his vexatious wife complains about how he is always daydreaming, but Walter avoids her thoughts on him daydreams and continues to think of what life could be if he were the hero. In the movie, Walter daydreams about saving the day, and Sheryl . Later in the Movie Walter stops daydreaming as much because his life gets way more exotic, and in the end he of course gets the girl of his daydreams. Walter has a monotonous life, with nothing interesting to distract him from the boring reality he lives in.
In the book, firemen are manned with flamethrowers instead of fire extinguishers to burn books. People are brainwashed that books are dangerous and that they must be destroyed. Several book burning incidents in his lifetime had influenced Bradbury to plot the story in this way. According to Weller (2013), Bradbury wrote about the influence of Hitler’s and Stalin’s book burnings in a later introduction to Fahrenheit 451 which was published in 1966. This clearly shows that book burning was at the forefront of his mind when he wrote his novel.
The reader sees the true identity and belief of curiosity that has been hiding in Montag and the treacherous side of the once trusted Captain Beatty. When Montag’s wife reports him to the authorities Beatty has his own words to share with Montag, “A problem gets too burdensome, then into the furnace with it. Now Montag, you’re a burden. And fire will lift you off my shoulders, clean, quick, sure.” His words pierce Montag as Beatty then commands him to burn down his own home to clean up his own mess. Montag’s character takes a turning point in the falling action as he turns the flamethrower on Beatty killing him right then.
The “damned spot” which Lady Macbeth refers to is the blood left by the murder of Macbeth, a symbol of guilt. This scene is ironic as in Act 2 Scene 2, Lady Macbeth stated: “A little water clears us of this deed” Despite saying that by simply washing their hands, the murder would be forgotten, she is now repetitively rubbing her hands but unable to remove thoughts of the murder. Additionally, in the 17th century, sleep was a symbol for conscience and sleepwalking was a sign of a disturbed mind and indeed, in Act 5 Scene 5, driven by madness, she commits suicide. In the Elizabethan Era, it was commonly believed that anyone who committed suicide, would not be granted passage to the afterlife. Lady Macbeth’s suicide suggests to the audience her certainty of being denied the afterlife after murdering
Bradbury makes numerous events appear to have value because of the structure and demonstrates fire as a harmful source. In the novel Fahrenheit 451, Bradbury expresses, “With his symbolic helmet numbered 451 on his stolid head, and his eyes all orange flame with the thought of what came next, he flicked the igniter and the house jumped up in a gorging fire that burned the evening sky red and yellow and black” (Bradbury 1). The fire sends out a sense that it is a weapon and that people use it just to destruct anything that comes across the flames. Rafeeq O. McGiveron, a literary critic, argues, “... wisely suggests that to be truly human we must know our place in the natural world not only by appreciating the beauties of the wilderness but by respecting it 's awesome power as well” (McGiveron 1). The irony that McGiveron sees fire as soothing and protecting, yet the imagery utilized in Fahrenheit 451 seems to portray it as a dangerous cannon of flames that could potentially destroy a large number of
Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury is a challenging novel that will make you think, question, and agree with many choices made. Montag, the main character is a fireman married to Mildred. Montag works along with his partners and Captain, Beatty. Montag starts to dislike his job and begins reading lots of books. He is overwhelmed and can 't understand what he is reading so he threatens Faber, an old wise man he had met, into helping him learn from what he is reading.
Fahrenheit 451 had many different pairs of characters that had many different thoughts about certain things in life. Mildred, Montag 's wife, was very negative and only cared about herself, but Clarisse cared about other people than herself and had a positive view on the outside world. Beatty thinks that books will cause the world to end, but Montag thinks that they won 't and can help teach the world many different things. Faber and the Lost Gang both wanted to make people think that books are good again, but had two different ways of doing that.. In the book, Fahrenheit 451, there were three pairs of characters who were very different from each other and represented something or somebody in a society.
Throughout Fahrenheit 451 Ray Bradbury express’ how curiosity has the ability to drive one to do what is unexpected. Guy Montag is a firefighter who is completely passionate about his job in the beginning of the book because his father was also a firefighter which means he was meant to be one. The firefighters are sent to burn the hidden books as well as the houses the books are hidden inside. The books are burned because the government doesn 't want the people gaining knowledge that could overthrow them. As Montag goes around burning all the books he finds himself pondering over how the knowledge inside the books could be so powerful.
In Fahrenheit 451, information is restricted, and people are given so many useless “‘facts’ they feel stuffed, but absolutely ‘brilliant’ with information”(pg 58). So they’ll be ‘happy’, but it is a fake happiness. Because of this people think they are happy, but commit suicide because they are not. There are also a small few who still read books, but they must keep it a secret, or the books
The doctor believed that Perez experienced a severe panic attack that possibly stopped her heart activity when she collapsed the night she was suspected of being possessed by an evil spirit. In addition, according to Daily Mail, another suspicion is that Perez had a cataplexy attack, a temporary loss of voluntary muscle function which was triggered by strong emotions such as stress or fear. Meanwhile, Perez had possibly experienced lack of oxygen after she woke up inside the coffin which resulted to her death. Mrs. Gutierrez, Perez’s mother, blames the doctor who declared her daughter dead too quickly that made them bury her daughter alive. “I thought I was going to get my daughter back," Mrs. Gutierrez told the local
First his wife, Mildred, attempts suicide by swallowing a bottle of sleeping pills. Then, on work duty an old woman chooses to be burned alive along with her books. A few days later, he hears from his boss that Clarisse has been killed by a speeding car. He soon sought out the answer if he was really happy, and searched it in the books that he had stolen and hid in his air vent.