"'Hand it over, Guy,' said Beatty with a fixed smile. And then he was a shrieking blaze, a jumping, sprawling, gibbering mannikin, no longer human or known, all writhing flame on the lawn as Montag shot one continuous pulse of liquid fire on him."(Bradbury 119)
"'Hand it over, Guy,'..."(Bradbury 119)
"'...I've heard there are still hobo camps all across the country, here and there; walking camps they call them, and if you keep walking far enough and keep an eye peeled, they say there's lots of old Harvard degrees on the tracks between here and Los Angeles..."' (Bradbury 132)
"'Thousands on the roads, the abandoned rail tracks, tonight, bumson the outside, libraries inside."'(Bradbury 153)
'"How many of you are there?"'(Bradbury 153)
Beatty starts to provoke Montag and taunt him. Montag uses the flamethrower to burn him and knock out the other two firemen. He then escapes and a manhunt ensues.
Montag manages to escape the hound and get to Faber's house. There Faber tells him to go and find the hobo camps scattered across the countryside. He says that there are educated people there that will help him.
After floating down the river Montag comes across a camp. The people there show him the chase happening in the city and reveal who they are. They plan to learn from and fix humanity's mistakes and share the books they have memorized. Montag decides to join them.