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"Let's plant books in fireman's houses"
"It's an insidious plan"
"I want to learn how to read!"
"How am i coming over?"
Faber tried to explain to Montag that it would not be as straightforward as he thought; it would take much more than literate people reading books aloud and burning down firemen's houses. But montag was jaded with society and it's suicidal tendencies and it's diminutive value of humanlife. Montag wanted change.
Montag was impetuous for Faber to see the society through his eyes; Faber had seen the society with the same eyes Montag has, so much that he was sick of caring. But Montag had one last one inquiry: he wanted Faber to teach him how to read. So Montag chose the most intriguing method:ripping apart the book.
Faber begged him to stop, montag was persistent. Faber walked around and started digging through wires and small metal things. He came back with a metal thing resembling a seashell radio. Faber wanted to experince a fireman's life and hear their conversations from the safe cacoon of his home.
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