Examples Of Conflicts In Fahrenheit 451

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1. In Fahrenheit 451, Montag experiences many conflicts. One inner-conflict he faces is the decisions to read books or burn them. After breaking the “rules” and peeking through some literature, h realizes he no loner wants to burn books. He decides to continue reading. He comes to the conclusion that burning books is wrong. Montag observes the society he lives in and sees that the people aren’t living life right. He remembers Clarisse and wishes that more people were like her. Instead of continuing to live like he used to, Montag believes reading books will help them live life the way Clarisse did. He wonders what lies between the pages of other peoples’ thoughts that draws the attention of people like Clarisse and the old woman who burned
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