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Please join StudyMode to read the full document. From an opposite perspective, however, fire is a destructive tool used by the government to take away freedom, knowledge, and power from the people. They fear that if the government continues to burn all books, citizens will become nothing more than programmed humans. Nevertheless, it can safely be said that fire plays two very different roles in the novel.
The role of a destructive, devouring, and life ending force, and the role of a nourishing flame. The first role that fire plays in Fahrenheit is apparent from the very beginning of Bradbury's novel. It was a pleasure to see things eaten, to see things blackened and changed" 3. In these first two sentences, Bradbury creates a sense of curiosity and irony because in the story, change is something controlled and unwanted by the government and society, so it is very unlikely that anything in Guy Montag's society could be changed. Out of rage he kills the guards; this is the first murder Macbeth commits without consulting Lady Macbeth.
Kristin Sainani is very engaging - the speed and the tone of speech make listening and watching video enjoyable (not like many other teachers in here which just read loud out the text), her comments during the video are really important and sometimes funny (I used to skip video lectures at other courses due to monotonous tone of speakers).