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Which of the following is true about this passage from the text?

The river was very real; it held him comfortably and gave him the time at last, the leisure, to consider this month, this year, and a lifetime of years. He listened to his heart slow. His thoughts stopped rushing with his blood.


The passage describes the alienation and lack of connectedness that Montag felt in his former life.


Bradbury's narration describes how the river provides Guy with the peace and serenity he needed as he dies while floating along in the water.


The passage illustrates that once he is in contact with nature, Guy is able to think more clearly and is more connected to reality.


Guy is finally able to relax, according to this passage, now that the helicopters and policemen have given up on the chase and don't care about apprehending him.


It is implied that Guy is relieved that he has achieved one out of three elements that Faber told him he was missing from his life.

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