Fahrenheit 451

What does Clarisse think of people her own age?

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The differences between Clarisse and other teens are not mentioned as much as how Clarisse is different from other people in general. Clarisse is a free-thinker who pursues original thought through all her senses. She relates to the world through her soul rather than through prescribed dogma of the state. Clarisse would rather talk about philosophy than watch the parlour walls.