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Has anybody read the book by Ray bradbury "Fahrenheit 451" Please let me know got a simple question :)

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How does Guy Montags mood change, so that he feels suddenly tense and irritable after he leaves his job?
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Ell then you should probably know that he likes his job. He likes to burn books. He likes the smell of the kerosene. But he starts to now like his job. There is an event that happens shortly into the book that triggers his change of mind. Keep reading and you will find your answer here.
its that girl Clarrisa right?
Hmmm. It's been a while since I read it, but I don't think it was her. I cannot recall the name of the character, but it is a female, and you will know FOR SURE when you read that part that THAT is what changes Guy's attitude.
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