Analysis off fahrenheit 451
Montag, personifies the salamander, surrounded in flames, yet fighting against censorship. Faber directs Montag to countryside, to find other exile book-lovers. The technicians chatter while they work, and Montag grows more upset.
This is as opposed to books were things are learned over time through discovery. He lives with his wife Mildred in a sort of dystopian society where owning books, walking, and driving slowly are all illegal.
The Mechanical Hound is one of the more chilling parts of the world of Fahrenheit The bombers suggest a threat of war, and that this is a society capable of great violence. She introduces herself as Clarisse McClellan, a new neighbor, and asks if she can walk home with him.
What is montags attitude towards the medical staff
She reacts only when Montag suggests quitting his job — she is horrified. For the first time, Guy saw what true happiness was. Montag feels comfortable and peaceful. They watch the end of the manhunt, a real spectacle, where an innocent pedestrian unwillingly plays a role of Montag and is killed by the Mechanical Hound. It brought upon unbelievable casualties. Montag destroys the Hound by flamethrower, picks the remaining books from the garden and leaves. Note that a couple visual metaphors for knowledge were traditionally of a woman, sometimes bathed in bright light or holding a burning torch. Soon he will understand that this small bit of truth is an immense truth for himself.
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