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passage: # 7 | Reading Log
Montag was a firefighter for his city. His face was sun burnt by real and imaginary fires; his cheeks flushed and eyes fevers. He has charcoal hair and soot-colored brows and a blue-steel shaved but unshaved look. He looked like every other firefighter in town, with the black hair and eyes and fiery face image. | It is interesting to me that all the firefighters are chosen and look exactly alike. |
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After Clarisse, the young girl, came into Montag’s life, he began learning things he had never been taught. For example, Clarisse shared stories about literature and books. It had also been changing his perspective on being a firefighter, who burned books. One job was at an old lady’s house, which had hundreds of old magazines and books. The job was chaotic with burning pages falling everywhere. Montag had a small booklet of poems fall into his arms and without thinking, hid it under his arms to keep it. He had broken the law. | It seems that from talking to Clarisse, He had taken a much larger interest in literature, or he would not have taken the booklet. |
Passage: 1-19 | One night Montag asked his wife, Mildred, “Millie, I didn’t mean to startle you. What I want to know is when did we meet? And Where?” Neither of them could remember & they had only been together for 10 years. | I find it odd how Montag asked such a random question like that, and how neither of them could remember such an important time, as if they had been brain washed or something. |
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The main character, Montag, is very lost, angry, unhappy, and confused at this point. He is becoming more curious with history and how life used to be. He is becoming wiser with the past and realizing books can offer answers to all his...