The Role Of Heroism In Fahrenheit 451

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The Role of the Hero and Relationships In the Novel Fahrenheit 451 What is a hero? Someone that flies in a cape and saves people? As baffling as it sounds, everyone in society has the potential to be a hero & impact the lives of others on a daily basis. Heroism is defined in the following way, “A person noted for feats of courage or nobility of purpose, especially one who has risked or sacrificed his or her life”. Being a hero might be to look impressive or to act above the ordinary, or to someone else, it might be having great strength or courage in dangerous situations. Being a hero is leading and guiding the way, even in dangerous situations. A hero is a person who has exceptional qualities, achievements and can perform activities that an ordinary person would…show more content…
A hero can be a role model for people and be loved by everyone. A hero's abilities must be employed for a good cause, usually the protection of the weak. Ray Bradbury’s novel entitled Fahrenheit 451 (1953) challenges the reader to rethink what it means to be a hero: even though Montag promotes and continues his thoughts and freewill and to make people to remember the past. Sometimes Montag behaves irrationally and even commits murder to achieve his goal. Unconventional hero through the character Guy Montag with following events Montage’s act very unorthodox. He does not know his quest. In the future and dystopian fiction our understanding of a hero changes. Impulsive To begin with, Montag, the protagonist of Fahrenheit 451 is by no means a perfect hero. He decides to defy the government in order to do what he feels is right, even at the loss of his family,

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