Fahrenheit 451

What is Granger's logic about books?

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Granger thinks that books hold the essence of man. Without them he is empty. The men by the river consider themselves book jackets. They themselves are not important, only the information that they carry in their heads is important.Books are the only thing that separates man from the Dark Ages.