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Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury

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Fahrenheit 451

Changes in Montag In life some individuals alter, and others do not. In the book Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury, Guy Montag is a brave, strong firefighter who continuously changes throughout the book. Factor how Montag is a vibrant character is when he eliminates Faber, when he begins to check out Mildred’s friends the poem, and when he begins to take the books. Person Montag is a dynamic character when he begins to take books. “His hand has actually done it all, his hand, with a brain of its own, with a conscience and an interest in each shivering finger, had turned burglar.

Now it plunged the book back under his arm, pushed it tight to sweating underarm, hurried out empty, with a magician’s grow!” (41.) In the story, it is unlawful to have books, due to the fact that individuals who read will fill exceptional to others. At this point in the story, the firefighters are burning a home that has books in them. Montag ends up being curious and takes a book. In the start, Guy Montag did not like books and delighted in burning them. He is altered because he wants to check out and understand more about books.

He became a more vibrant character by taking the book. Taking books is not the only other factor how Montag is different. In the book Montag recited a poem called Dover Beach to Mildred’s good friends. “‘ The Sea of Faith Was when, too, at the complete, and round earth’s coast Lay like the folds of a bright girdle furled. Today I only hear Its melancholy, long, withdrawing holler, Retreating, to the breath Of the night-wind, down the huge edges drear And naked shingles of the world. ‘” (102. )

At this moment in the story Mildred, her friends, and Montag are in Mildred’s home. Montag is repeating Shakespeare. It is a poem about war. In the start of the book Montag did not desire people to understand he was reading books but now he does not care due to the fact that he is reciting it to people. He altered from being secretive about checking out to having others understand although it might get him in problem. Lastly, Montag changed by becoming a killer. “Montag, you idiot, Montag, you damn fool; why did you actually do it. In the story today, Montag just eliminated Beatty. Earlier in the story, Montag appreciated Beatty. He liked burning books at the end, now; he eliminated Beatty because he made him burn his books. He changed here from being a great firefighter to going against Beatty and the laws. Montag is a dynamic character. Montag changed, since he started to take books, he began to recite books, and he eliminated Beatty. If it were not for these changes, however, Montag would not be a leader. Changes in life can cause new and better things in life.

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