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Fahrenheit 451 Section Three Discussion Questions 1. ”Books aren't people. You read and I look all around, but there isn't anybody!” (page 69) What do you think Mildred means by this? Do you think Mildred will ever change her point of view on books as Montag has? a. She is not interested in books, She means you can see anything and the fact that you have to imagine it yourself it's to much work. She could change her mind the Montag did. 2. Does Montag benefit anything from the books if he loses mostly everything? a. He learns to make his own path and make choices for himself instead of following blindly. He is able to become more knowledgable 3. Who is Faber? What three things does Faber say are missing from their society? Explain the importance of these things. a. Faber says that Quality, Leisure, and action is missing in society. The importance
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