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    Guy Montag Monologue

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    INTERVIEWER: Guy Montag is here today to talk about how he became well informed on the world around him. How are you doing today Montag? GUY MONTAG: I am doing well, thank you for asking. INTERVIEWER: Yes, alright let’s get started. Give me a brief description of what your life was like before the chaos. How did you feel about work? GUY MONTAG: I did enjoy work at one point. I had been a fireman for “ten years” (Bradbury 8) and had come accustomed to the hard work and the prestigious lifestyle. The only annoying tidbit I had to deal with was the kerosene. “My wife always complains” (Bradbury 6), but she couldn’t understand that “you never wash it off completely” (Bradbury 6). INTERVIEWER: Funny you mention your wife; the next question I have written is…

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    Guy Montag Changes

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    America, instead of fireman stopping fires, they start them and burn books. Guy Montag is one of these fireman’s who burns books on a daily basis without thinking of it. These people in this future world don’t care independently, care about nature, and have useless conversations with each other. Everything changed for Montag when he is encountered by a new neighbor named Clarisse McClellan who is the opposite of everyone in this world. In the next couple of days, his wife Mildred tries to commit…

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    Guy Montag Changes

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    In Ray Bradbury’s story, Fahrenheit 451, Guy Montag is a 30 year old fireman in the 24th century. This story has a dreadful setting and many people like Guy Montag are unhappy. The story is set in the late future so the firemen burn things such as books instead of putting them out because they are not legal in this city. Over the course of the book Guy Montag meets a lot of people. Some friends and some not. He meets a young girl named Clarisse who changes guy for the better. Guy isn't sure how…

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    the girl Clarise, the TV “family,” and the main character’s name Guy Montag to show the importance of socialization and finding meaning in one’s life, proving that being human requires experiencing the highs and lows that come with it and creating an awareness of how meaningless life is without the ability to learn and make decisions. Throughout the book, Bradbury references the important role of the “family” in the characters lives. Not far into the novel, readers learn that the “family” he…

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    what's right. By setting in this mood, it makes the readers stop and think before sitting in front of a television for hours. While reading, keep in mind this was written and published in 1953, 100 years before said time in the book. Guy montag, is the first main character in the story, he's the one that's heard of the most. As well as a positive and confident man, montag also begins to think as the book goes further, “‘Of course i'm happy, what does she think?’”…

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    How Did Guy Montag Change

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    In the book " F451" the main character Montag has changed a lot from the beginning to end. Guy Montag was first inspired by Clarice. He realized he was very unhappy with his life. he saw how others did not talk a lot and other things.He didn't do anything in the begin but then things started changing. In the begin Guy Montag was like any other person in the book. He had a decent job , which was burning books he never saw it like the others. Other people feared him because of his job.He was a…

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    In Ray Bradbury’s book Fahrenheit 451, the main character Guy Montag goes through his everyday life starting fires and not putting them out. Until one day this fragile 17 year old girl Clarisse McClellan comes along, changes his overview on life and opens up a whole new meaning of his own life. Guy Montag is a sweet gentle man who focuses on one thing, burning books. He has been in an era where it was looked down upon to read books or own any. One night he encounters Clarisse McClellan and she…

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    Fahrenheit 451, Guy Montag portrays a character that lives a fake existence, conforming to the artificial society around him, which later makes him question and brings him to a realization about his society, life and himself as a whole. For instance, Montag conforms to his society by never questioning or wondering about why he lives the life he does as a fireman. Instead, Montag adapts to the dysfunctional society and never thinks twice about his life or the society around him. Granted, Montag…

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    Pushing through for the greater good; Perseverance; Steadfastness in doing something despite difficulty or delay in achieving success. Guy Montag and Taylor Greer are embodiments of the them of standing for what you believe in. All of us have at least a little bit of hellfire stuck in our stomachs. The thing that tells us to continue. To march on. The little voice, telling us to suck it up and keep pushing because the endgame is going to pay off exponentially. Each one of us has it, especially…

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    In the story “Fahrenheit 451” the main problem is that many people’s houses or libraries are being burned down and all of the books inside are being totally destroyed. The main character, Guy Montag, was a fireman and had been a fireman for ten years. This story takes place in the future where the firemen set the fires, rather than putting the fires out. The firemen are setting the houses and buildings on fire because they all think that that books are bad for everyone that reads them. One day…

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