Montag visits ex-English professor Faber and tries to convince him to help him destroy the Firemen and make more copies of books
Help me out!
"'The book! Don't tear any more.' Faber sank into a chair, his face very white, his mouth trembling. 'Don't make me feel any more tired. What do you want?' 'I need you to teach me.' 'All right, all right'"(Bradbury 88).
Mrs. Phelps and Mrs. Bowles are at Montag's house and Mildred tells him to read to them. At the end, Mrs. Bowles starts crying and Mrs. Phelps gets mad.
"Mrs. Phelps was crying. The others in the middle of desert watched her crying grow very loud as her face squeezed itself out of shape. They sat, not touching her, bewildered with her display. She sobbed uncontrollably. Montag himself was stunned and shaken"(Bradbury 100).
They get a new location to investigate and once they arrive at the house Montag realizes that it is his home.
"At last Montag raised his eyes and turned. Beatty was watching his face. 'Something the matter, Montag?' 'Why,' said Montag slowly, 'we've stopped in front of my house"(Bradbury 110).