None of these books agree with each other. You've been locked up here for years with a regular damned Tower of Babel.
*Oxymoron* She looked at him with clear dark eyes. *Air-propelled train*
There was no dictum, no declaration, no censorship to start with, no!
I'm not happy. I'm not happy.
Montag realizes, after 10 years of being a fireman, that all the other firemen look just like him. He is becoming more self-aware.
The firemen are called to burn books, but the old woman would rather burn with them. Captain Beatty says this quote because he believes books confuse people, like the Tower of Babel. Montag steals one of the woman's books.
What does it mean!? It doesn't mean anything!
It is computed that eleven thousand persons have at several times...
Montag feels uneasy about burning the woman, so Beatty pays him a visit to explain the reasoning behind burning books. Montag finally realizes he is not happy being a fireman. (Transformation) *Dictum- A formal declaration from an authoritative source
Montag reveals his collection of books to Mildred. *Simile* Millie backed away as if she were suddenly confronted by a pack of mice that had come up out of the floor
Montag begins reading to Mildred, but she cannot follow the story. Montag believes that reading with her could save their marriage. *Computed- Seem reasonable, to make sense