What've you got there; isn't that a book? I thought that all special training these days was done by film.
You're all right, Clara, now, Clara, snap out of it! Clara, what's wrong?
I knew it would happen! I've always said, poetry and tears, poetry and suicide and crying and awful feelings, petry and sickness; all that mush!
Go home and think how it all happened and what did you ever do to stop it? Go home, go home!
Fool, Montag, fool, fool, you silly fool....
Guy Montag has changed so much that he tries to make the ladies talk about something else than movies. Then he brings a book without even thinking that he should hide it. Page 94
Guy Montag reads a poem called "Dover Beach" outloud to everyone, even though reading or having a book is illegal. He tries to make them see that books have meaning, however, all they see is that books are bad and they hurt people. Page 97
Emotionally the ladies leave, and Montag gets angry at Mrs.Bowles because she doesn't have any sympathy and she doesn't care for her husbands and children. This shows how Montag has changed because he is starting to feel and think of why they do the things they do. Page 98