Book Report Fahrenheit 451

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Fahrenheit 451 Fahrenheit 451 is a futuristic novel where the main character is Montag, a fireman living in a world where firefighters don’t work putting off fires but provoking them. The purpose of the fire is to burn books, because they impede society from being happy. One day he met Clarisse McClellan, the second main character of the book story, a girl who had a different vision of the world; she knew something wasn’t right with the rest of the people hence they thought she was a little crazy somehow. Montag also found her strange, no one had ever asked him so many questions that made him think about something else than his routine life and burning books, she seemed to know so many things. Gradually, with Clarisse’s help, Montag began to…show more content…
"They are made the same", they are forced to burn books so that they are unable to think for themselves. The main conflict of the story are the books, the books are the means by which humans can expand their knowledge, by which humans have the ability to ration and generate understanding, the books are the means by which society can get out of ignorance, they allow us to think. The books are historically so influential that they must be burned, so people who still have the opportunity to read and reason by themselves do whatever they need to in order to keep them. By the time Montang discovers what books hide he is also willing to do anything to save the knowledge they are giving him. “The magic is only in what books say, how they stitched the patches of the universe together into one garment for us.” OPINION In my opinion, Fahrenheit 451 is a book that makes you appreciate the books and know the importance of these, it also made me feel frustrated and angry because I am in the process of learning English and I think it is a book with a very complex language even for people who speak English

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