Fahrenheit 451 And Anthem Analysis
Many would rather sit back and follow the government’s rules, than go against the government. Going against the government can be misfortunate for the rebels who are rebelling against the government. Going against the government can result in torture or even death for those revolting. Those who tend rebel, rebel because of their beliefs and the wrongdoing of the government. Even though going against the government can be risky, people will fight for what is right to change society. Equality 72521, the protagonist of Anthem, by Ayn Rand struggles through a journey to find himself in a collectivist government. As he tries to find himself, he finds a secret lab and makes a light bulb. He believes that if …show more content…
Montag felt like this was morally wrong of the firemen to burn a woman with her books, because she believed books should be allowed. Montag explains his guilt when he explains,
“No, not water; fire. You ever seen a burned house? It smolders for days. Well, this fire’ll last me the rest of my life. God! I’ve been trying to put it out, in my mind, all night. I’m crazy with trying.” (48)
Montag feels guilty about the woman being burned alive with the books, as he explains to his wife, Mildred. Mildred doesn’t care, and go along with society. Montag continuously tries to explain to her that it 's morally wrong, but Mildred doesn’t care. This is just another challenge he faces as he tries to rebel his society. He suffers from the guilt of what he believes is wrong.
Both Equality 72125 and Montag faces morally challenges, which fuels their fire to rebel against their societies. Equality 72125 and Montag face a predicament when it comes to trying to change their society as a whole.
Equality 72125 and Montag are willing to fight against their society in order to change it. Equality 72125 comes to a realization that his society was wrong, and he runs away. He