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In Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury Clarisse McClellan played a significant role in the story and had a very positive influence on MontagWhen Montag was walking home from work he encounters Clarisse for the first time During a conversation between the two Montag is asked several questions that make him struggle to answer Although there are many characters that influence Guy Montag like Beatty and Mildred the friendship with Clarisse McClellan impacts him the most She causes him to open his eyes to the world Clarisse makes him begin to pay more attention to others and their emotions She helps him to realize how wrong his job isClarisse opens Montags eyes to the world The society they live in portrays others as trying to be the same They are blinded to the society they live in They struggle to think for themselves Montag realizes that the world they live in is run by the government He realizes that people dont really think but just do Montag sees that the government uses many strategies to control the society Because Clarisse opened his eyes he saw how wrong the society wasDue to Clarisse opening his eyes she also makes him begin to pay more attention to others and their emotions Montags relationship with Mildred changes after he met Clarisse He recognized that he never knew whether she loved him or not He saw how the people on the TV were more of a family to her rather than himself He experienced the death of an old woman who died for her books He saw the emotions in her Montag noticed that the old woman loved her books with her life In conclusion he sees the emotion of others and the effect it hasIn addition to that Clarisse causes Montags realization of how wrong his job is Montag works as fireman that burns books When he burns books he never questions whats in it and why he burns
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