Mildred is obsessed with her TV Parlor. This consists of three walls with full interactive-TV's. She gets mailed a script of what to say. The TV shows have no purpose or plot. (Technology: TV parlor walls)
You can't ever have my books!
Montag finds Clarisse in the rain outside. She tells him about something she does, where if you rub a dandelion on your chin and it sticks, you are in love.
What if a fireman accidentally takes a book home with him?
Curiosity alone... A book is a loaded gun in the house next door.
Montag quivered with the encounter of the mechanical hound at the firehouse. (Technology: Mechanical Hound, Figurative Language: oxymoron, Vocabulary Word)
You must help me!
The firemen got an alert to go to an old woman's house and burn her books. She committed martyrdom by losing her own life for her books. During this, Montag steals one of her books to take for himself. (Vocabulary word, New Characters: Beatty & Old Woman, Significant Quote)
Beatty comes to Montag's house after the incident with the old woman. He explains to him how society used to be, with books, and how it has changed into the society now. (Figurarive Language: metaphor)
Montag reveals to Mildred that he has been hiding around 20 books in the attic of their home. He shows them to her and she freaks out. If Beatty finds this out, they could both get in trouble!