Quote: The mechanical hound slept but did not sleep, lived but did not live in its gently humming, gently vibrating, softly illuminated kennel back in a dark corner of the firehouse 24. In his first eight years of employment, Montag even joined in the firemen's bestial sport of letting small animals loose and betting on which ones the Mechanical Hound would annihilate first. He did things to the world. Just like the phoenix, they will rise from the ashes of the war and start fresh. The others would never do that. He and his comrades memorize works of literature, waiting for the day when books will no longer be banned and humanity is ready to learn from its past.
This shows how he is really increasing in strength, but he can still be punished by this. Analysis: Beatty explains the origins of banned books. He describes his crime as automatic and claims it involves no thought on his part. I cried because he would never do them again, he would never carve another piece of wood or help us raise doves and pigeons in the back yard or play the violin the way he did, or tell us the jokes the way he did. This passage shows how strongly books are tied to actual people, that they are more than words and paper. He must have been first cousin to Man. Quote: White blurs are houses.
It relates because it means stand up for what you believe in and don't follow their wrong path, make your own right path for others in future generations to follow. I can't talk to my wife; she listens to the walls. The people who live near river shows how they have more knowledge in this quote. Faber now feels that he can change things up with someone by his side. Forty-eight hours, they said, and everyone home. But every time he burnt himself up he sprang out of the ashes, he got himself born all over again. Blow your nose on a person, wad them, flush them away, reach for another, blow, wad, flush.
People of Montag's world take no interest in politics or world issues. If Guy were to lose her in any situation, he would not have cared. We need not to be let alone. On the other hand, this quote shows how Clarisse cherishes the world around her. Often I think, what wonderful carvings never came to birth because he died. There are these people named Bob and Ruth and Helen.
And for the first time I realized that a man was behind each one of the books. Everyone must leave something behind when he dies, my grandfather said. Even if I did not know someone who passed away, it would still make me sad because of all the families and friends suffering. That is shown through the replacement of Mildred's blood with fresh blood. They know they can hold their audience only so long. Montag wants to leave books.
This was a world, which many people had hoped to live in, because in this world nothing happened, and that was the problem. The world rushed in a circle and turned on its axis and time was busy burning the years and the people anyway, without any help from him. This is what separates him from everyone else in the city. Impossibile; perché, quante persone hai mai conosciuto che riflettessero la tua propria luce verso di te? Better yet, into the incinerator. When I said something about the moon, you looked at the moon, last night. This quote interested me because it surprised me of how she was not affected by a death, even if she did not know the person.
Instead, it suggests that many different factors could combine to create this result. Hope was a word, many people used to help them succeed in something, but for the people in Fahrenheit 451, the word phoenix was the driving force that would help them fly over the fire. Reeking of cinders and ash, he enjoys dressing in his uniform, playing the role of a symphony conductor as he directs the brass nozzle toward illegal books, and smelling the kerosene that raises the temperature to the required 451 degrees Fahrenheit — the temperature at which book paper ignites. Or I listen at soda fountains, and doyou know what? Its sounds like they do not think for the future; they think more of what is happening right now. After she dies, he seeks that type of connection with his wife, but unable to find it, turns to Faber in hopes that Faber will listen to him and offer him some advice.
The main conflict in the narrative arises when … Montag begins to doubt the morality of his profession and of the society at large, and in turn goes rogue. She was not talking about Montag at all. Faber, whom Montag had met once a year ago, had intrigued Montag because he talks about 'the meaning of things. Phoenix Legends, Stories, and Poems. No one has time any more for anyone else.