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  • Montag talks to Faber.
  • Professor Faber, I Have a rather odd question to ask. How many copies of the Bible are left in this country?
  • Montag reads "Dover Beach" to Mildred and her friends.
  • "Where ignorant armies clash at night"
  • "You see? I knew it, that's what i wanted to prove! I knew it would happen! I've always said poetry and tears, poetry and suicide and crying and awful feelings, poetry and sickness; all that mush! Now I've had it proved to me. You're nasty, Mr. Montag, you're nasty!"
  • Mildred leaves Montag and the house
  • "Poor family, poor family, oh everything gone, everything, everything gone now....."
  • Montag remembered when he talked to that old man a while back in the park, when they had talked and Faber gave him his address in case Montag got mad at him.
  • Montag burns his own house
  • As Montag reads the poem, Mrs. Phelps starts crying. Mrs Bowles yells at Montag calling him nasty and telling him that she was right about how people react to poetry.
  • Montag burns Beatty and Stoneman
  • Beatty drove Montag to his house to burn it cause he had books, Mildred, however didnt care. She packed her things and left Montag and the house behind.
  • Montag, Granger and the Bookmen start rebuilding the city after the war.
  • Montag had no choice but to burn his own house down, cause if he would run, the hound would get him.
  • In an act of self defense, Montag protects himself from getting killed by beatty, he uses the flamethrower to burn both Beatty and Stoneman.
  • Once the war settled down, the last remaining survivers, Montag, Granger and the Bookmen start rebuilding the city. Making changes to the way they lived before.
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