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about the hero;s journey in fahrenheit 451?

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  1. What is your thesis statement?

    What arguments do you need to support it?

  2. I don't have a thesis yet, however I need to show how Fahrenheit 451 shows the hero's journey.

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    posted by Eli
  3. What is your story mainly about? Do you anything that you have written so far?

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  4. *Do you have

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  5. Yes, here it is, I mostly need peer editing .

    Guy Montag lives a dystopian society, with a distant wife. He had never done anything extraordinary, however; he suddenly became a grand book thief. Montag soon encountered a very different girl, by the name of Clarisse, after that his life became hectic and confusing.Guy Montag in Fahrenheit 451 follows the hero's journey because he travels from the ordinary world, through his ordeal, and back home to the start.
    Guy Montag started his monomyth as an ideal firefighter in his dystopian society, he began his journey out of the ordinary world when he met Clarisse. Montag lived as a normal firefighter in his society, a respected man who burned books, cleansing the houses. However; this was only his starting place in the ordinary world. One evening, on his way home from work, Guy encountered Clarisse McClellan. Clarisse, who represented Montag's call to adventure, was an adventurous girl who stood out to the protagonist.But, at first, GUy Montag refused to acknowledge that Clarisse's Uncle's stories, about books not always being burned, were true. In turn he completed his refusal of the call. His first meeting with his mentor comes soon after, when he first talks to a man named Faber in the park. The crossing of the threshold is a split second, seemingly uncontrolled action, when Montag takes a book from a house he is burning. This crossing is sparked from the shock of Clarisse’s death.

    As Montag crosses the threshold into the Extraordinary world, he encounters his first tests, experiences his ordeal, and begins his journey back home. Guy Montag's first test begins the day after he steals a book. As Beatty comes to sit next to his bedside, Guy could have handed over his book, however; he decides to keep it safe, in turn he discovers his enemy. Soon after this, Montag calls his mentor, Faber, and finds his ally, who helps him later on. The main character advances towards his ordeal when he speaks with Beatty. He begins his approach when the firefighters go to burn a house, his arrival to the ordeal is actualized when Montag realizes his wife turned him in, and he has to burn his house. In reality his ordeal involves several different trials. The two main parts to his tests are, the incineration of Beatty, and his escape from the metal dog, who is trying to capture him. After Montag's blight, he finally reaches his reward. Guy finds several men sitting around a tamed fire, speaking to each other. He discovers that each man has memorized a book, and are all living books. Guy Montag feels that he has reached his goal, and after hearing the city being bombed, begins the journey back to his home.
    After his long journey, Montag is changed, and returns to the city. Although upon reaching the city, Guy realizes that it is destroyed, he is rejuvenated, he is no longer the old man who burned books, he now has been resurrected. As he enters back into the ordinary world, Guy Montag does not return with a visible elixir, he returns with an enlightened mind. He is full of new knowledge and hope, he is ready to reshape the crumbled society.

    After travelling far from home, and returning a changed man, Guy Montag successfully completed the Hero's journey. Montag's journey ended with a realization that he had a chance to bring back what he never had, a society with books.

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  6. Please be as critical as possible

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  7. First thing I want you to do is read over this very carefully, I only read three sentences and you have a few minor mistakes.

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  8. Okay here is the second thing I have to say. your first paragraph should be your thesis, you opening paragraph. You are putting too much stuff out there at once. You have to start this story off by pulling your reader in not making them like, "Oh GOD!! man this seems boring already!! Too much stuff barely in the beginning!!" You want to make your reader so in to the essay that they can't stop reading and they will want to read it again! Trust me. I would know. I have received it before.

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  9. everything else is just excellent!! It sounds very professional! Also very interesting.

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  10. 1. "protagonist.But, at first, GUy Montag"
    Should be protagonist. But, at first, Guy Montag
    2. "confusing.Guy Montag in Fahrenheit"
    Should be confusing. Guy Montag in Fahrenheit
    3. Instead of saying Guy as referring to him, you should say Montag. It is always the last name. Not the first name Eli.

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  11. Thank you very much.

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    posted by Eli
  12. This is exactly what I needed. :)

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  13. ur gay

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  14. No ur gay

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  15. One of my AP Lit kids pretty much just cribbed this paper for her senior research. Very disappointing.

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  16. I like vidia game

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