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What happens in montag's fantasy?



Price Lane

Montag's Fantasy consist of “The Hearth and the Salamander,” Montag’s bedroom is described first as “not empty” and then as “indeed empty,” because Mildred is physically there, but her thoughts and feelings are elsewhere. Bradbury’s repeated use of such paradoxical statements—especially that a character or thing is dead and alive or there and not there.

Steve Lindholm

There's a fantasy in "Fahrenheit 451" involving Montag and what the reader infers is Clarisse. He sees her with a bowl of fruit and milk.The book was written by Ray Bradbury.

Greg Buono

Montag's fantasy in the book "Fahrenheit 451" is that the world immolates itself in a nuclear war.

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