He learns what a terrible place it is to live in, where no one cares about anyone but themselves.
Before you begin the novel, note the significance of the title, 451 degrees Fahrenheit, "the temperature at which book paper catches fire, and burns. Also in this discussion between Beatty and Montag, the reader can question whether Clarisse's death was accidental, as Beatty states, "queer ones like her don't happen often. Why were porches eliminated?
How old is Clarisse?
Montag clung to the earth. Next Part 2. Who was it that actually sent the Hound?
While discussing death, Beatty points out, "Ten minutes after death a man's a speck of black dust. With a sickening awareness, he realizes that "[a]lways at night the alarm comes.
He discovers that their marriage is in shambles. This man Montag lives in a world where the past has been destroyed by kerosene-spewing hoses and government brainwashing methods.
Montag 's wife, "Mildred", who is addicted to Television and radio, did not care about Montag 's feelings. He introduces Guy Montag, a pyromaniac who took "special pleasure to see things eaten, to see things blackened and changed.
Here, vehicles resemble beetles in the dystopian society. Quote 33.
According to Faber, what three things are needed for happiness? He is a "smiling fireman. Fahrenheit 451 Ray Bradbury. Another interesting point discussed by Beatty in this section is how people view death.
A Hero or a Villain? The first time Guy and Clarisse cross paths occurs when Guy is walking home from work close to midnight. How can you tell they are troubled? What is the significance of the title of Part II? How does he kill him?