But I can't find enough similarities. She is seen as antisocial in the eyes of society, and yet the reader can also see Clarisse's personality leak through these sentences. She's interested in odd things, which is what drawsher to Montag - he's a fireman without the typical firemanqualities. Clarisse symbolizes life to Montag; Montag symbolizes a wealth of information awaiting revelation. Mildred and Clarisse are polar opposites.
Mildred does not want to know anything that she doesn't already know. Mildred causes him to become a fugitive after calling the firemen on him. She stays home all day long, cleans house and watches her plot less, pointless soap operas. How is one a threat to the stability of the ideas and the other an. She actually lives life, and explores, instead of either staying cooped up in the house, or just being kind of. S sometime in the twenty-first century.
And his emotions for Clarisse that he gained in only a few days begin to show through. Clarisse seems to enjoy thinking as well as intellectual stimulation as a spontaneous and curious person. Chillingly, people in this society have forgotten their histories and have allowed themselves to become victims of propaganda and censorship. She also says that children kill each other for fun. I believe this is what makes author's writing such as Ray Bradbury's so powerful.
Both Clarisse asks Montag the same questions. Not only does this show Mildred's personality, but it also shows the personality or behavior of society as a whole, since Mildred can be viewed as a model of the society they are in. She is the first person to get to him, really exposing him to all of the simple, marvelous yet neglected opportunities there are. It is realy left to the reader's imagination or English teacher, if you're willing to pay attention Clarisse is a 17 year old girl who is different from everyone else. Clarisse is a threat to the stability of ideas. Clarisse and Mildred are both victims of the society in different ways. She is also curious and wants to know everything thus reads books.
Her hair hasbeen overly processed in her efforts to imitate the artificialbeauty she sees on television. He tries to find out his personality, which comes out when he talks with Clarisse. Delightfully human and aware of her surroundings, Clarisse disdains the fact-learning that passes for modern education. Jerzy Montag, German Green Party politician Question after question, until she can understand it or at least be satisfied for the time being. Clarisse shows Montag the world. Mildred and Clarisse represent the two sides of Guy's mind, satisfaction versus curiosity, that makes up the major conflicts in Ray Bradbury'.
The purpose of this essay is to show the differences between Clarisse and Mildred in terms of their relationships with the protagonist, Montag , their social interactions and their ways of thinking Clarisse is a young romantic woman who gives importance to the nature and to human relations. She is compassionate and beautiful. She is a curious girl, that wants to know everything, even if she does come across as rude and abrasive. Both Clarisse and Mildred influenced the life of Montag. She is vengeful, and not very good-looking. Clarisse McClellan and Mildred Montag Clarisse McClellan Clarisse is a unique character that represents the 'old' society. Clarisse delightfully accepts the invitation and begins the barrage of questioning.
Her terrible death, nearly repeated when a careening vehicle passes over the tip of Montag's finger, underscores the rampant dehumanization of society and the resulting random acts of violence. This quote might seem like it was a physical description of Mildred, but in reality it is actually describing her personality. She is important to the plot, as she is the one that reports that Guy has books. She enjoys rain, dandelions, autumn leaves, and even sessions with her analyst, who misdiagnosis her exuberance for living. The others would never do that. How did Mildred prioritize her love for guy vs. Clarisse isn't ignorant and embraces the ability to control her own life.
Both Clarisse and Mildred are both unfortunate casualties of the society in which they lived in. You're one of the few who put up with me. Guy Montag is also married and has a wife of ten years named Mildred. Clarisse has an outlook on life that is looked down upon by the society, but she continues to belive what she has been taught by her family. Impossible; for how many people did you know that refracted your own light to you? Showing that his connection with Mildred was so dull, boring and lifeless that they had no real loving connection, one that a true husband and wife would have. They both were unfortunate casualities of the society that they lived in.
They certainly fight a lot. Mildred essentially symbolizes what will happen to all people if they do not check their addiction to newer and easier to use technology. In the play, she's with the hobos at the end. She is the perfect example of a conformed individual of the futuristic society. When people ask your age, he said, always say seventeen and insane.