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Montag Becomes A Student (pg.71-93)
Montag Rebels (pg.93-120)
Montag Finds Fullfillment (pg.120-end)
With much contemplation of what to do, lack of answers, and the abscence of Clarisse, Montag reaches out to an old man he once encountered in the park named Faber who was similar to Clarisse. When he contacts Faber, he says,"I want to know if there are any copies left at all" (Pg.72). This shows that Montag's character has evolved as he is now defying laws he is meant to reinforce at the expense of getting information on books. He goes to Faber's house to receive this knowledge.
Montag, after having been called in by his very wife, is faced with prison time;When Beatty says he will trace the earpeace, he loses control and kills him along with the mechanical hound. He has become a awanted man throughout the city; "Police Alert:Wanted fugitive in city, Has committed murder and crimes against the state"(Pg.117). By this point, he has radically evolved as he killed "one of his own" all in the name of books.
Montag reaches his final stage of evolution when meeting with several intellectuals in the forest downstream after being hunted and allegedly killed by the hound. Soon after his escape, the city is bombed. Seeing this as an opportunity to help illuminate those poor unfortunate souls, the group travels back to the city. Montag thinks and saves a verse to say in the end. "And on either side of the river was there a tree of life...and the leaves of the tree were for the healing of the nations" (Pg.158). This encloses Montag's final purpose which is now to unite and educate the people of the city currentl in tragedy.
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