Ray Bradbury wrote the novel Fahrenheit 451. The main character Guy Montag a dedicated fireman for many years. He liked his job, life and never questioned his bosses' orders; until a seventeen year old girl named Clarisse McClellan suddenly came into his life and changed it forever. She was the person who started the process, an elder woman who died for her books and an old man named Faber were other strong influences of Montags metamorphosis.
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"He was not happy. He was not happy." He said the words to himself. Montag had been unhappy his whole career. Though he never showed his emotions, he knew he was. His profession had been subliminally brain washing him into a narrow minded robot. His ignorance had led him to believe everything he had been told.
"Are you happy?" She said… Clarisse McClellan a 17 year old female who could see right through Montags mask. She ran into him one night and started talking to him about life, and began to see the civilians' point of view. She was the only one who could tell Montag was lonely. She was the only person who could tell who he really was.
The woman replied quietly, "I want to stay here." When Montag heard that statement from an elder woman, willing to die for her books. He knew something was not right. This pushed his thought of conspiracy one step further. His transformation was complete after conferring with an old acquaintance named Faber about the purpose of books and their existence.
Montag had finally realized that he had been on the wrong side for most of his life and that books were created to inform, educate, enlighten, and entertain people. The only thing that is burning now is his ignorance. …