What does Faber mean by quality?

What does Faber mean by quality?

authentic experience

What caused Montag’s change?

People can change due to the influence of other people. Guy Montag changes from being a book burning monster to an independent knowledge seeker due to the influences of Clarisse McClellan. Montag in Fahrenheit 451 by: Ray Bradbury shows how he acted before he changed, after meeting Clarisse, and after meeting Faber.

Why is Faber afraid to ask?

Why is Faber afraid to answer? Faber thinks Montag is trying to trap him by getting him to admit that he has some copies of these books. In this world, people like Faber have to be very careful who they talk to and what they say, or else they might be arrested and have their house burned down

What does Faber think of himself?

Faber refers to the green bullet as proof of his “terrible cowardice.” Overall, Faber considers himself a coward because in his heart he knew that the right thing to do was to challenge the oppressive regime, but he was too afraid to take a stand or undermine…

What book does Montag take to Faber?

the Bible

How does Montag change after meeting Faber?

Faber changed Montag from being a confused man, to an aware, thinking and analyzing person that is deferent from the society he lives in. after killing Beatty, the chief fireman at the station who has read many books and memorized most of them.

Do we have what Faber says we need today?

In Fahrenheit 451, Faber says that three things are missing from society. These things are high-quality information, the freedom to digest that information, and the ability to act based on what people learn from the interaction of those two things

What does Faber give Montag at the end of their meeting?

Faber gives Montag a “green bullet” at the end of their conversation in Fahrenheit 451. It enables Faber to hear Montag and anyone around him, and enables Faber to talk to Montag. Faber explains that this is his role in changing the society.

Why does Faber help Montag?

Montag Seeks Faber Searching for meaning in his life, Montag contacts Faber and brings him what is possibly the last existing copy of the Holy Bible. Montag wants Faber to help him understand it as he is sure that books must be hiding whatever it is Montag is missing in his life.

What did Faber invented and why is it important?

Faber invented a device that looks like a seashell radio but is actually a two-way radio. When Montag finally convinces Faber that he wants to be part of the underground movement to save the books, Faber gives him a special radio that looks like a seashell but is actually his own special invention.