How many copies of the Bible are left in this country?
Faber: "I don't know what you're talking about!" *hangs up*
I'm numb. When did the numbness really begin in my face? In my body?
Denham's Dentrifice, Denhams's Dentrifice...
Montag sits in his bedroom, looking out the window at the jets flying in the sky on this cold, rainy November Day. (Technology: jets)
What do you want? I haven't done anything!
Let me in! I'm alone.
Montag remembers Faber, an old man he met in the park that may help him in wanting to know more about books. He calls him, but Faber hangs up on him. (Technology: Montag's cell phone)
We have everything we need to be happy, but we aren't happy.
It's not books you need, it's some of the things that once were in books: Quality, Leisure, and Using both Quality and Leisure in your life.
Montag takes the subway to go to Faber's house. He takes the Bible along with him to read it. He can't focus, though, because the loud "train radio vomited upon Montag." (Technology: subway, train radio -- Figurative Lnaguage: Personification -- Identity Crisis)
I need you to teach me.
Idiot, what are you doing!
When Montag gets off the train, he finds himself at the front door of Faber's house. When Faber saw the Bible in Montag's hands, his fear subsided and he let him in. (Vocabualry: subside)
Faber notices that it is not books that Montag should be looking for, but what is held in books that can actually be found anywhere. (Significant Quote: Faber and Montag)
Montag makes up a plan to put books in other firemen's houses and call in the alarm to see their house burn down. Faber thought that it was an insidious plan, but Montag made him agree by ripping the pages out of the Bible. (Voacb: insidious -- Firguative Language: Simile)
Montags hands, by themselves, like two men working together, began to rip the pages from the book.