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Fahrenheit 451

Summary: Essay on the themes of "Fahrenheit 451" by Ray Bradbury.
In Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451 Montag changes his outlook on life because of what he learns from three female characters in the novel. Montag begins as being a brainless fireman and by the end of the novel he is reborn as a real and individual person. Although the process includes running away from authorities, killing his boss, leaving his wife, burning his own house and leaving everything he has ever known he saves his life and puts his mind to use by the end of the novel by memorizing books.

From the very beginning of the novel Montag is portrayed as a shallow-minded person and that society has become the same but after meeting Clarisse he starts to be more aware, he learns to appreciate and enjoy the world for the small things that most people over-look. Montag starts thinking about these things after his first encounter with Clarisse. Clarisse...

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