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Fahrenheit 451, a Review and Summary

Summary: Reviews the novel Fahrenheit 451, written by Ray Bradbury. Provides a plot summary. Describes Montag's search for personal identity. Explores conflicts in the novel.
In the novel Fahrenheit 451, written by Ray Bradbury, a character named Guy Montag experiences internal and external conflicts in his search for his identity. In the beginning of the story Montag takes great pride for the job he has. He's a fireman who loves to burn books, a man who promotes ignorance to the society that he lives in. Montag's faith in his profession begins to decline when he encounters three characters, an old woman, Clarisse, and Faber. He begins to feel confused and frustrated and begins to question the government's philosophy of rule. Montag will eventually rebel against the government to find his own identity. To understand and define his identity he begins to read books, and in the end he becomes a revolutionary. I, too, will go against a set of rules that are keeping me from reaching my real identity, but before...

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