Fahrenheit 451 Essay | Characterization in Fahrenheit 451

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Characterization in Fahrenheit 451

Summary: Explores Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451. Describes how several characters change through out the story. Analyzes Guy Montag, Professor Faber, and Captain Beatty and discusses how they change through out the book.
In Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451, several characters change through out the story. Characters such as: Guy Montag, Captain Beatty, and Professor Faber. Each character has an extreme change. The changes of these characters were highly unexpected. Some of these characters can even be called oxymorons.

Guy Montag is a fireman who is not like the typical fireman. Montag starts fires by burning books. Guy Montag burns books because of his hate for them. Then after Clarisse was hit by a speeding car Montag turns to books for an answer to his problems. Montag begins to read books and then Montag also begins to grow to like them. Montag becomes so attach to books, he does not want to burn them no more. Montag becomes interested in saving books.

Captain Beatty can be considered as the complete opposite of Guy Montag. Captain started off feeling very companionate about books...

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