Fahrenheit 451

Fahrenheit 451: Captain Beatty

Captain Beatty's visit that expalains why did this world come to be the way it is? What makes this world, in Beatty's eyes, so good?

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Captain Beatty arrives to speak with Montag, somehow knowing that he feels ill and would be taking the evening off. He lectures Montag on how society has evolved into the current technological age, leaving little room for those who deviate from the structured, homogeneous conformity that has come to rule. Emphasizing structured routine rather than original thought, Beatty asserts that people are not born equal, but are made equal through laws and regulation. In the current system, people are less likely to offend each other, and thus everyone is better off.