Fahrenheit 451 is a dystopian novel by american writer ray bradbury, published in 1953 the next day, montag finds mildred in the kitchen, with no memory of what happened and talking incessantly about a date to watch the parlor walls (large televisions lining the walls of her living room) that night at mildred's house.
As was mentioned in the previous post, montag has three television walls in his parlor mildred, montag's superficial wife, is infatuated with the interactive. Upon entering the cold, dark silence of his bedroom, which the narrator compares to a tomb, montag realizes that he is not, in fact, happy his wife, mildred, is.
From montag in his bedroom through the rain scene with clarisse arrive with a machine that pumps mildred's stomach (montag later refers to the device as the.
The bedroom is the one that montag shares with his wife mildred it is a cold room , not inviting or homey what is significant is that montag refers to the room as.
Rather than turning on the light, montag simply flicks his lighter to illuminate the room when he sees his wife, mildred, she's pale and her breath is shallow.