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Which is a true statement about Granger?
He has a special appreciation for poetry and took on the responsibility of memorizing the work of John Donne.
He was profoundly influenced by his grandfather, a sculptor who wanted to make the world a better place and lived life to the fullest extent.
He is the narrator of the book.
He is intrigued by nanotechnology and gives Montag a two-way radio earpiece so that he and Montag can communicate.
He is compared to Jesus through Bradbury's use of Christian imagery.