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Montags change in the novel Fahrenheit 451 is shown through for pictures that create my visual In the 1st picture you can see there is a video game controller I used the picture to represent Montag because at the beginning of the book Montag takes orders from other people and doesnt think for himself His cats are similar to a gaming controller because a gaming controller acts according to the orders or commands that are given to it To the right you will see 2 working gears The working gears symbolize thought Montag begins experience thinking after he meets Clarisse McClenan who questions him on why he constitently acts without thinking for him I thought a gear would exemplify Montag after he meets Clarisse because a gear help machines work just like our brains help us work You can notice a big change between picture 1 and 2 Picture 1 Montag was controlled by someone but now hes trying to think by himself control him by himself A question mark shows Montags confusion when he tried to apply thinking when reading books After his brain started thinking Montag started reading books Montag was unable to understand what the book was saying This is why his mind was filled with questions relating to the forms of writing he was reading Question marks are good representations of Montag when reading because a question is usually asked when something is confusing or unclear this demonstrates exactly how Montag acts Picture 2 and 3 show a different change in Montag in picture 2 he has just began the thinking process but in picture 3 he is applying it when reading books The last picture picture 4 shows an old tree An old tree is experienced and stores knowledge in his brain at the end of his life Montag is the similar because by the end of the novel he too is experienced been through different situations and has a
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