The Sea of Faith was once, too, at the full, and round earth's shore...
You're nasty, Mr Montag, you're nasty!
I... I just don't know!
I feel so guilty, Faber.
(Faber) You're afraid of making mistakes. Don't be. Mistakes can be profited by.
Faber proves his cowardice by showing Montag a bluetooth ear piece he created. They exchange the Bible and the ear piece to each other so that Faber is able to help Montag in his own home. (Technology: green bullet -- Vocab: cowardice)
No, shut up! You are confusing things!
Jesus God, your pulse sounds like the day after war.
Montag reads the poem, Dover Beach, to Mildred, and her two friends Mrs. Phelps and Mrs. Bowles. The women get so offended that Mrs. Phelps starts crying.
You'll be fine. This is a special case. Come on, jump for it!
(Montag takes a long walk outside and ends up at the subway. He thinks about how many mistakes he has been making. But, Faber tells him that it is all OK. (Significant Quote: Faber)
Why, we've stopped in front of my house...
Montag gets to the firehouse and joins in on a card game with Beatty. Beatty starts telling Montag that everything in books is a lie, while quoting from books he has read before. (Figurative Language: simile)
The card game was interrupted by an alarm that was turned in. Beatty insisted that Montag tag along for this call.
The special alarm that the firemen had to report to ended up being Montag's house!