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Flipbook of Fahrenheit 451
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on Apr 26, 2011
Last updated: 07/13/11 at 04:01 PM
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Montag finds a place in the forest nearby with a tribe of old writers who have changed their names to hide their identity since they were also on the run from the rest of the city, but they used their time to memorize books and burn them.
Montag becomes a fugitive and gets to Faber's house to explain what they should do now that the new hound was out to get him, but when they get rid of his scent they go their separate ways.
Beatty returns to Montag's house to retrieve the books inside, but Montag does not want to go to jail so he burns Beatty and his backup officers.
As the days go by, Montag begins to read more and more and learn as much as he can from the books so he can retain the information.
After Montag forces Mildred and her friends to read Faber explains that he cannot do things like this all the time.
Mildred and her friends are together and Montag makes them read a poem that makes one of her friends run and cry home.
Montag tries to memorize verses from the Bible but a commercial keeps distracting him and it makes him angry but he lets it go until he gets of the train.
Montag and Mildred sit at home and read even though Mildred doesn't want to.
Montag takes the book from the vent in his house and begins to read it and discovers the feeling of real books.
Montag remembers Mildred listening to music in the car ad ignoring everything that he is saying to her.
Beatty tells Montag that what he is going through happens to al of the firemen and he should just forget it and do his job.
Montag sees Clarisse and has a long conversation about the world around them. Clarisse reveals to Montag what the world is really like.
When Montag gets to the firehouse, the mechanical hound finds him as a target and Montag is forced up the fire pole.
Montag comes home from work and discovers Mildred lying still in bed without a sound. He then figures out that she overdosed herself.
Montag meets a women coming around the corner and thinks that she seems very odd for thier time.
The fireman Montag is burning a house with books and describing how he feels and what he sees in the blaze.