I.        
Fahrenheit
451, a novel where the fireman’s job is to burn books inside of the possessor’s
house. A little bit ridiculous if you ask me, but the people in that society
know everything by their technology. They are hypnotized by their gigantic
televisions and their radios called “seashells” that are attached to their
ears.  Nobody thinks by their own, or
have their view of things because they think that technology gives them all. The
protagonist, Guy Montag, is a fireman that takes pride in his work, he loves to
burn books and to smell the kerosene that raises the temperature to the needed
451 degrees Fahrenheit. All that changed when three women changed his
perspective. Who are these women you ask? It starts with his spouse, Mildred, a
teenage girl named Clarisse McClellan, and an elderly woman who he never got
her name.