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Fahrenheit 451 IFahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury is a novel about the descent into super-individualism through mass governmental brainwashing The book begins while the main character Guy Montag is burning a house for concealing contraband literature It portraits the pleasure he derives from this act of mindless destruction After this work though an eccentric neighbor girl who does not fit the status quo confronts him She begins to ask him questions that force him to think about things he has taken for granted before The story progresses as this girl continually influences him until a car killed her The next time he is called to incinerate a house he ends up taking a book and watching an old lady burn to death This event coupled with the death of the neighbor girl influence him to seek out a book-reading professor he had met previous to this story The professor and him begin to plot the downfall of society and the Firemen Just when you think things are gonna work out he is ordered to burn his house after which he burns his boss with a flame-thrower This makes him a fugitive from justice He then flees from the scene and ends up evading the manhunt After a while he meets up with other people who are fugitives because of their literary learning The next day the city he fled from is destroyed in an atomic blast and the bums go in to help the survivors II a Man against Man The only instance in the story that fits this category is the conflict Guy has with his boss His boss Beatty begins to suspect Guys illegal reading of contraband and begins to take steps for Guys downfall First of all Beatty is much smarter and well learned than Guy so he begins to play mind games to try and trip him up He also forces Guy to burn his house and tries to arrest
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