I think the biggest change is when he realizes he is living in a false world. It turns his life completely upside down.
That is a good point I didn't realize that without books it would be like a fake life.
Good point that he is living in a false world.
I think there is no such thing as a true world. There will always be something wrong with the world.
I think the biggest change Montag had was finally getting happiness. He went from repeating his daily boring life over and over where he wasn't happy. Now he is with professors learning and he feels like he suppose to be.
Yeah, now he has a purpose in life.
That is a great point, knowing that he wanted to be happy was the turning point.
I agree with you that his biggest challenge was finding happiness
I think montag undergoes the biggest change when he sees the lady die for knowledge/books. It really effects him and causes him revolt crazily.
I agree that it causes him to think about his choices and make him question what he's doing with his life
He hadn't really realized that until he had talked to Clarisse.
I think the biggest change that Montsh undergoes throughout the course of the book is that he learns what happiness truly is. At the beginning he thinks he's happy but he learns that he really isn't. At the end he has freedom.
At the end yes he does have freedom but he isn't truly happy. He is sad because of his wife and the city, and he is kind of just continuing on. Not happy but maybe happier then he was in the beginning.
The biggest change is when he starts to actually see the world around him. It opens up his mind and actually brings about all of the other changes in the story. Him starting to see the world means that he realizes that burning books is wrong and the rest of the story happens because of that.
I like that you mentioned that burning books is wrong.
I agree when he sees the world around him he changes. It's something he wouldn't have thought of before.
Great point on how there wouldn't be a story with this change. The book without this would be really boring.
I think the biggest change is when he realizes something is wrong and stands up to Beatty.
I with you that he had the courage to face Beatty and overcome his challenge
I think the biggest change is when he finally make the decisions to think and act for himself. This is what leads to him starting his new way of life.
I agree, I feel he really starts his new life at this point.
I agree too, him finally making decisions for himself is a big turning point.
Him starting to make decisions starts lots of other changes in his life. He starts to actually live his life.
So true MC, so true. I like how you bring up how he really makes decisions and can think for himself.
I feel like the biggest change is when he realizes that the world he thought was real turned out to be fake. I think this because thinking that something is true to have it turn out to be fake makes people scared, mad, and it just gives them a ton of emotions and they don't really know what to do after they find out
I agree that when he realizes everything is "fake" he changes in a big way.
People do get mad and scared when they figure they are wrong. That is how people are, they always think they are right.
I think that the biggest change that Montag undergoes throughout the book is that he develops a sort of passion for books. I say this because after he meets Clarissa his thinking changes, and when he burns he old lady in her house because she won't leave her books he takes the Holy Bible from her house. He then takes the book to Faber so he can make more copies for other people.
I agree that after he meets Clarisse his thinking changes.
I like how you described Montags change as his passion for books increases.
I think the biggest change for Montag would be deciding he wanted to change. That he becomes almost disgusted with how people live their normal lives. All because of this be decides to do something.
I agree that that's the only reason he starts to think about doing something to change his life
Yeah, none of that would have happened if he hadn't met Clarisse.
The biggest challenge is trying to find true happiness. It is also him realizing the his life is truely not happy at all.
I didn't think of it that way. He really is trying to find true happiness.
I agree completely! I was thinking the same exact thing!
I think the biggest change Montage goes through is when he sees the lady get burnt alive in her house. I think it was at this moment because it's when he finally realized that there must be something in books that's worthy of reading.
I think the biggest change that Montag goes through is when he decides to learn about the books no goes and talks to Faber. He definitely had to make a big change in his mind.
I agree that he definitely had to make a big change in his mind.
I think the biggest challenge he goes through is being himeself because he wants to read book and learn from them but the rest of the world wants him not to not read book. So he struggles to try and become himself
The largest change Montag undergoes in the book is the change in mindset from his old fireman ways to basically turning to the complete opposite wanting to read and learn from books. This is because he does a complete 180 in personality and nothing else changes as much as his personality in the book.
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