No one has time any more for anyone else. This means that Montag is analyzing and thinking about his past, his work, his wife Mildred, and the society he lives in. With the brass nozzle in his fists, with this great python spitting its venomous kerosene upon the world, the blood pounded in his head, and his hands Although the woman had a minor role to play through the novel, she had a long lasting effect on Montag choice to become an individualist.
Clarisse helps Montag look around him and see everything, from the smallest snowflake to the biggest tree. This man Montag lives in a world where the past has been destroyed by kerosene-spewing hoses and government brainwashing methods.
When Clarisse teases him about not being in love, he experiences an epiphany and sinks into a despair that characterizes most of the novel. He was one of the few people who is not like everyone else because he, just as Clarisse, are intellectual beings. His hunger for humanistic knowledge drives him to Professor Faber, the one educated person that he can trust to teach him.
However, Montag tried stopping her by telling her that the books were not worth her life. He characterizes his restless mind as "full of bits and pieces," and he requires sedatives to sleep. She is barely breathing and near her he finds an empty pill bottle: Faber changed Montag from being a confused man, to an aware, thinking and analyzing person that is deferent from the society he lives in.
He attempts to convince Montag that they are merely stories — fictitious lies — about nonexistent people. It deals with serious problems of control of the masses by the media, the banning of books, and the suppression of the mind with censorship.
A 17 year old girl, who liked to smell things and look at things, and sometimes stay up all night walking and watching the sun rise. Before Montag and Clarisse meet, Montag never thought or reading a book because he thinks it is against the law. Here, vehicles resemble beetles in the dystopian society.
Sometimes I sneak around and listen in on subways. One day he impulsively catches a book during a burning of a house. He views himself in the mirror after a night of burning and finds himself grinning, and he thinks that all firemen must look like white men masquerading as minstrels, grinning behind their "burnt-corked" masks.
Faber met Montag in a park. In Fahrenheit Guy Montag changes from an unthinking individual, an automaton of his depersonalized society who ignores his soul, into a man who realizes his spiritual needs as a.
Initially, Montag believes in and supports the culture of which he is a part. He enjoys his role as a book-burning fireman.
As the opening line of the novel tells us, Montag finds: It was a. Guy Montag, the main character in Fahrenheit by Ray Bradbury, goes through a huge change in his life. He changes from a typical fireman who follows the laws, into a person who challenges the law.
Montag wakes up from being numbed and realizes that he is unhappy.4/5(6). People can change due to the influence of other people.
Guy Montag changes from being a book burning monster to an independent knowledge seeker due to the influences of Clarisse McClellan. Montag in Fahrenheit by: Ray Bradbury shows how he acted before he changed, after meeting Clarisse, and after meeting Faber.
Guy Montag, the main character in Fahrenheit by Ray Bradbury, goes through a huge change in his life. He changes from a typical fireman who follows the laws, into a person who challenges the law. Montag wakes up from being numbed and realizes that he is unhappy.
In FahrenheitMontag, a dedicated fireman and book burner changes character and opinion through the help of influential characters and events, gradually.Faherenheit 451 changes of montag