Fahrenheit 451

Are Montag's actions believably motivated? Explain why or why not.

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I really like Montag. Like many of us in life,he begins the novel in a fog. He has nor questioned the status quo. He simply exists in an intellectual and emotional vacuum that is demanded by the state. It isn't until he meets the free spirited Clarisse that he begins to examine his values and motivations. Montag can no longer accept a life of disposable emotion and intellectual mediocrity. His actions are completely appropriate for a man desperate to change the world.