Guy Montag, a firefighter in the future who burns books, is the primary character, and the story is told from his perspective. Mildred is Montag’s other half, who is depressed and views television throughout the day. Captain Beatty is Montag’s boss and becomes his enemy.
Clarisse McClellan, Montag’s 17 year old next-door neighbor, originates from a non-traditional family and has a powerful result on Montag. Teacher Faber who is Montag’s friend that helps him by making a strategy to reprint books.
The Hound who is a mechanical pet dog that hounds Montag after he disobeys the law. The occasions take place in an unnamed time in the future in an American city. There are numerous settings: the firehouse, Montag’s house, the city streets, and the forest outside the city. In this world, books are prohibited, and everybody’s lives are isolated from each other. Man Montag is a firefighter and his function is to burn books. One day Montag satisfies a girl named Clarisse McClellan who assists him realize that his life is empty.
When Clarisse dies, and his spouse attempts suicide, Montag decides to check out books. However in Montag’s world an individual captured checking out books has his home burned down. Then Montag goes back to work, and he is forced to burn down a home holding books with the owner inside. After that he seeks assistance from an English professor called Faber, and they make a strategy to damage the firemen and to preserve books by releasing them. Mildred informs the firemen about the books that Montag has actually been hiding, and he is forced to burn down his own house.
When Beatty attempts to apprehend Montag, he flees and is pursued by the police. After Montag escapes, he runs into group of people outside the city called “the Book People.” They hold memories of books they have actually checked out and are awaiting an opportunity to begin a brand-new world. I believe this is a great book. Ray Bradbury was very descriptive and the story has a great plot, due to the fact that it was suspenseful. I would suggest it to individuals due to the fact that it made me think about the value of books.