Fahrenheit 451

what are montag's impressions of the land across the river?

this is when montag is running after he shoots beatty .

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Montag loves the natural beauty of the countryside. It is in stark contrast to the sanitized computerized world that he lives in, "The land rushed at him, a tidal wave. He was crushed...his ears roaring." The smells and fresh air assaults his senses but it's wonderful, "he realizes that he is not empty."Montag sees what is real and rebukes his former life. Montag realizes that, "This is all he wanted now."