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Guy Montag • Internal Conflict: Was that Montag had two sides one a book burner, while the other wanted to read. • External Conflict: Montag was trying to change the world to the old days, but Beatty was telling him not to read. • Motivations: First part of the book was to burn books, then he wanted to read books.
Clarisse Mc. Clellan • Internal Conflict: She wants to change the way people think and Montag does not understand her. • External Conflict: Her conflict is the everybody she talks to think she is crazy • Motivations: Was to live her life and not let anything bother her.
Captain Beatty • Internal Conflict: Was trying to tell everybody reading was bad, but then Montag was telling everybody to read. • External Conflict: Was with Montag that they were total opposites when it came to the books. • Motivations: wanted to keep the society how it is.
Mildred Montag • Internal Conflict: Was not happy as she seems because she tried to kill herself. • External Conflict: Montag and mildred are opposites Montag wants to read, but she does not. • Motivations: Were her “Family” and her electric seashells.
Granger • Internal Conflict: He wants everybody to have the knowledge he has. • External Conflict: He believes that everybody should read books so that they know more then the government wants the to. • Motivations: Wants to pass on the knowledge that he has to the next generations.
Faber • Internal Conflict: He wanted to try the society but could not because he was to scared. • External Conflict: Tries to tell people to read but is afraid the firemen will find him • Motivations: Wanted to change the society, however he was a coward to do anything about it.