Fahrenheit 451

By Ray Bradbury

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"Police Alert: Wanted: Fugitive in city. Has committed murder and crimes against the state. Name: Guy Montag. Occupation: Fireman. Last seen..."

The book is comming to an end. Montag has been destroyed Beatty did not destroy Montag's house, Montag himself had to do it indeed. Montag had to burn his own house and then he was under arrest. The most schoking part was when Beatty mentioned that Mildred herself had called the alarm her and the other ladies that where there gathered together. Montag suddenly was pointing to Beatty with a gun and Beatty was in risk with his life. Montag had to be very michevous. Beatty left in the Salamander which was the fire truck that had the siren. Montag took all of his stuff his shame, hate, anger, shyness, and the gun he had threatned Beatty with.

Montag was not going nowhere, I mean there was nowhere to go nobody that will host him for a couple of days. Plus, he was the it of the city everybody was watching him and there was a mechanical hound searching for him all around the city with a great orfatory nose that new the smell of Montag by heart pretty much. Montag did not want to kill anymore not Beatty not the people he hated nobody Montag had changed for good, finally! Montag was only mad at himself he kept saying youre a fool, a dam fool, Montag you are a simple idiot, nobody else would think about the things you have done you are a true dam FOOL!

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PART THREE: Burning Bright They were in front of the house, waiting what was to come. Montag could not believe what might happen. Beatty turned to him and gave Montag a look as if trying to tell him the point of burning his house which was destroying Montag as a person. Beatty told Montag that he was a burden. Mildred ran outside with all her bags packed apparently knew that there will be a fire in her house, but how can she possibly have known that? Till this point I quite don't understand. The entire town had come to see the show that was about to happen. It was like a show everybody had to be there in order for it to start, people loved to see it and there was something about fire that made it so beautiful as the author of the book says fire is lovely to all persons of all ages. Think about why kids love to play with fire all the time.

THEY FIRED THE HOUSE.

Beatty destroyed Montag's house starting by the bedroom, which he fired twice, discovering that there were great amount of books in the house which really surprised Beatty. Why? Beatty knew the truth about books he knew that books have a lot of profound creativity and that they teach you great things too. Betty did not want anybody to know about the truth about fires. However, the way that this book is going in the direction I believe that the next thing that will happen would be Montag finding the truth about the world and how deadly fires are. Well, the thing was that he pretty much knew it already!

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Melanyn Rivas Fahrenheit 451

Fire! Alarm sounds and it wasn't Montag's plan to go make the fire but Betty forced him too so he slipped down to pole! Looked right ahead and saw the beast which helped make fires. He went and the car suddenly stopped. It was a VERY familiar place a place where he did not want to be he was scared of who was inside and what would happen to them. His fear was very high. It was frightening and what he was about to hear was life theatning. Suddenly Clarisse McClellan came to his mind when she said that there was a time that people did not use to burn instead they would set fires off. Right now that's what he wanted to be happening. They were in front of his house guess what was next... Burning it! See it all go down would be very painful and also Mildred was inside. Even though they just had a fight he would not want to see her die slowly like that was very touching. They were fighting becuase, Montag had a point which Mildred did not want to understand. Montag had started to be intrested in books which was a very big up and Mildred did not care or feel any compasion for the person he was becoming no wonders that he did not feel nothing much when he saw that she was in the house.

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The second thing missing was leisure to digest the book and the reading. To me this line was pretty odd so after doing some research and trying to see what it meant I found out that it meant time to understand the quality of the reading. This gives you a clear understanding when you understand that part. The last thing or number three in Faber’s things as missing in Montag was the right to carry out actions based on what we learn. This put Montag to thought for a good while. The third "commandment" means to me that whatever you learn you must put to thought and then carry your actions from what you have learned already.

All that Montag had in response was that the only possible way that he could follow these things was if the structure of the fireman which he had lived with would literally burn. However books are to remind us what Dum people and how stupid we are they are to show us our history and the things our ancestors have done this way we do not have to follow the same path as them.

Montag stood and waited for the next action to happen. Suddenly Montag found himself ripping the pages of the bible as a beast putting both of his hands to work. He teared one with his left and with his right not hesitating. Montag was not ready at all for what was yet to come........

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