And it's worth noting that his tombstone was in place at Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery well before he died. He explains that people began to lose interest in reading after the advent of television and that objections to some passages in books by interest groups and minorities led to censorship.
His writing changed the face of American fiction half a dozen times.
Montag evades the intensive manhunt and later encounters a group of men sitting around a bonfire. That is followed by rising action where complications arise, leading to the crisis or the climax of the story.
On his way back home one day, he meets a seventeen year old girl named Clarisse. It says, "Author of 'Fahrenheit Nobody reads anymore. Bradbury said, "Yes, sir, I'll never walk again. Peace Montag.