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Throughout Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury many characters change Three major characters that change are Montag a fireman who thought he had all that he ever wanted Beatty a respected captain of the fire department and Faber a retired English professor The futuristic society that the characters live in is very boring and everyone is the same It is against the law to own or read a book and if a book is found it must be burnt The people do not think independently or have intellectual conversations The changes of the characters during the book show us that it was written in a novel of character style The main character Guy Montag seems to have a lot of faith in his profession and his life His faith begins to decline when he meets a young girl whom opens his perspective on their culture Montag who was once confident seems confused and in search of answers to his life in books Montag is shocked when he comes home from work where he saw an old woman die rather give up her books There must be something in books things we cant imagine to make a woman stay in a burning house there must be something there You dont stay for nothing 51 He feels like there must be something that he is missing and is in search of Montag is extremely confused He used to feel that he had everything but he still doesnt feel complete and happy I dont know We have everything we need to be happy but we arent happy Somethings missing I looked around The only thing I positively knew was gone was the books Id burned in ten or twelve years So I thought books might help 82 He reaches the point of no return as he wants to expose the city to the emotion and passion that can be brought through books At first Montags job was to find
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