The “Mechanical Hound” is out to search for him, but Montag gets away without the hound finding him.
In conclusion, both the book and movie shows the importance of not focusing on one source of information but have an open mind for a variety of different sources.
He then feels confused and frustrated and begins to question the government’s philosophy of rule.
To understand and define his identity, he begins to read books even though it’s against the law.
Montag feels that everything has no meaning, his life, wife, and job.
He realizes this when he meets up with a neighbor, Clarisse Mc Clellan, the one that opens his mind to the world.