Fahrenheit 451 - Distopia

Fahrenheit 451 - Distopia

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  • "It was a pleasure to burn. It was a special pleasure to see things eaten, to see things blackened and changed."
  • Houses have always been fireproof, take my word for it.
  • The bigger the market, Montag, the less you handle controversy, remember that!
  • Do you ever read any of the books you burn?
  • In the beginning of the story Montag explains how he must burn books, as it is his job. The government banned books as it
  • That's against the law!
  • The houses are fire proof so when the firemen light the books on fire and burn the house does not burn down with it (quote pg 6).
  • You are an odd one, haven't you any respect?
  • I don't mean to be insulting. It's just I love to watch people too much, I guess.
  • In the scene above on page 55, Captain Beatty explains to Montag what the government was doing and why they do what they do (control everybody).
  • The hound. It's out there tonight. It's out there now.
  • On page 5, Clarisse asked Montag if he has ever read any of the books he's burned. Montag replied that it was illegal, proving that the society they live in is a dystopia because they are controlling of anything that can harm the government.
  • Clarisse loving to observe people and being outside every night just to stimulate her brain sort of represents the government. If she's watching people do things and she knows what's legal and not she's like a hidden security system.
  • The hound is a robot, used to spy. The hound develops a grudge against Montag because Montag begins to question the government.
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