Fahrenheit 451 Book
Another situation in which his determination was shown was In which Guy ran from the hound non-stop through the neighborhoods, even when he felt exhausted or that it was the end for him. “How many times can a man go down and still be alive? I cant breathe. There’s Beatty dead, and he was my friend once, and there’s Millie gone, I thought she was my wife, but now I don’t know. And the house all burnt. And my Job gone and myself on the run, and I planted a book In a fireman’s house on the way. Good Christ, the things done in a single.. it saved itself up to happen.
I could feel it for a long time, I was saving something, I went around doing one thing and feeling another. God, it was all there. It’s a wonder it didn’t show on me, like fat.
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And how here I am, messing up… (125)” As shown, Guy is confused on his actions and behaviors, he doesn’t know why he is doing what he Is doing, but he has a feeling that he must do It. He Is talking and doing things without thinking, yet he doesn’t stop and wonder why. He is used to letting things guide him as that Is how society has raised him. Although once he meets Clarisse, his mind opens up and he begins to question things.
Montag Isn’t only determined and confused, but also rebellious, but for how long? When is talking to Beatty about the hound targets, it’s foreshadowed that Montag Is up to something. “Beatty snorted, gently. “Hell! It’s fine bit of craftsmanship, a good rifle that can fetch Its own target and guarantees the bull’s-eye every time. ” “That’s why,” said Monatg, “l wouldn’t want to be its next victim. ” “Why? You got a guilty conscience about something? ‘…. Beatty stood there looking at him steadily with his eyes, while his mouth opened and began to laugh, very This foreshadows that
Montag had been doing certain activities before Clarisse came to his life. “His hand, had turned thief. Now, it plunged the book back under his arm, pressed it tight to sweating armpit, rushed out empty, with a magician’s flourish! Look here! Innocent! Look! (35). ” Later on in the story it is shown that Montag has been doing illegal things such as saving one book from the houses he is alarmed to set fire to. Through his friendship with Clarisse, Montag begins to feel eager for knowledge. “They walked still further and the girl said, “Is it true that long ago firemen put fires out instead of going to start them? “… e laughed… “why are you laughing? “… “you laugh when I haven’t been funny and you answer right off. You never stop to think what IVe asked you. “(6)” This clearly shows the thinking capacity range in between them. If Clarisse weren’t to have come across Montag’s life and question everything, who knows what his life would have turned out to be? After every conversation his curiosity surfaced and he later on began to question which led to his other trait of being rebellious. plot: Guy Montag is any other guy with a Job, a wife, and pretty much a regular life even hough he doesn’t question his Job nor anything else.
Montag is a firemen. His Job is to destroy the most illegal things and the places where they are hidden in, books. He is the typical guy who follows rules until one day he stumbles by Clarisse. Clarisse is seventeen years old and she is a thinker. She questions all. As they stumble on to each other, they begin to talk. Montag soon realizes that she stop to question all and everything and that he is one of the first firefighters to stop and talk to her. This leads to Montag questioning all, even questioning his Job, love life and society. This is the tarting point of his realizations to society.
After meeting Clarisse he meets this woman who refuses to leave the house where her books are stored. This is illegal and Montag’s Job as the other firemen Job is to set fire to the location. The woman decided not to go and she decided to set fire to herself along with the books. This caused Montag to think about everything and think for himself. He sees others perspectives. He meets Faber, an old man who used to be a teacher. He talks to Faber and they plan to save books and produce them. Montag wanted to stop burning things and to make others sees that what they are doing is wrong.
Montag begins to read books he had taken from places before burning them and he brought his wife into reading them to even though her mind was programmed and set to one thing; she was close minded and didn’t accept other new ideas. Beatty, Montags boss, finds him with the books and explains how every fireman has had the urges to look at what is inside, but he can only keep the books for one day and then he must burn them. Montag refuses to burn them and he hides them in his backyard, his wife, Mildred rats him out and escapes so she wouldn’t face the same consequences as Montag.
Montag is forced to burn his house down, however he doesn’t stop there. He turns to him for his crime, but Montag doesn’t give up and he runs to Faber to tell him the problems. Faber is startled when Montag shows up, he is afraid for their lives. He tells Montag to run to the lake and then follow the railroad tracks where he will find people Just like him who are run away. If they both live they will cross paths once again in the future. Montag runs and runs as he hears helicopters around him, the hound is hot on his steps and it stops at Faber’s house sniffing to see if Montag was here.