Fahrenheit 451 By Ray Bradbury Essay

705 Words Sep 14th, 2015 3 Pages
Once upon a time, I had a two neighbors who live one block away. One woman named Rosie who was very mean and wanted everything to go her way. She lives on the right side of me. Another woman named Annie who was sweet and very talkative. She lives on the left side of me. Not all people are made the same; one person can be the opposite of another person. The title of this book is Fahrenheit 451, and it is written by Ray Bradbury. Fahrenheit 451 is about a man named Guy Montag who used to burn books, and some people in his life made him to read books. Clarisse, who is a 17 years old, odd girl, and Mildred, who is the wife of Guy Montag, are two different in all kind of way like their personalities, their relationship with Montag, and what they are interested in.
First, Clarisse and Mildred have different kind of personalities like Mildred is closed mind, almost never in a happy mood, and others; Clarisse is the opposite of Mildred. From my view, Clarisse is very open-minded; she will think about everything. According to Clarisse in Fahrenheit 451:
I rarely watch the ‘parlor walls’ or go to races or Fun Parks. So I’ve lots of time for crazy thoughts, I guess. Have you seen the two-hundred-foot-long billboards in the country beyond town? Did you know that once billboards were only twenty feet long? But cars started rushing by so quickly they had to stretch the advertising out so it would last (Bradbury 7).
Clarisse will think about everything that comes to her mind, and she will…

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