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This is a scene that could be found at the beginning of the book. This shows Montag burning books. Montag at the beginning loves to burn books and his job is to burn the books in his society due to books being banned. This is significant because later in the book we will find out that Montag doesn't want to burn books but instead sneak them and keep them for himself to read which was illegal.
Later in the book, we can find this scene as Montag flees down a river to escape getting caught as he had killed Beatty. Montag kills Beatty because Beatty places Montag under arrest. This is all due to Montag getting caught with books which were illegal so Beatty orders Montag to burn down the house with his flamethrower. Before getting killed, Beatty warns Montag that the hound would be after him if he tries to escape.
At the end of the book, we find out that a bomb was dropped on the city destroying everything there was. Montag remembers everyone he left behind and feels helpless in this situation. After Montag found a few survivors, they all decide to memorize books. In the beginning of the book Montag loved his career in burning books but now he feels it is his job to make a difference in the world by memorizing and reciting books that he has read.
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