Taking the seashell radio so I can always assist you.
I'm the Queen Bee, safe in the hive. You will be the drone, the travelling ear.
Ah, love, let us be true To one another! For the world, which seems to lie before us like a land of dreams
Faber gives Montag the seashell radio to help him in his mission to destroy the firemen. Significant Quote: this quote is important since it shows how Faber is finally making a stand against the tyranny of the government.
Words are like leaves and where they are most abound, much fruit of sense beneath is rarely found. - Alexander Pope
When Montag returns home he decides to act brashly and read poetry to Mildred's friends Mrs. Phelps and Mrs. Bowles. After he finishes reading Mrs. Phelps begins to cry. Significant Quote: This is important since it puts Montag at risk of being reported to having books by the firemen.
Where are we going?
Faber is furious that Montag read the book to them. He then instructs Montag to drop the book into the incinerator to make an example of how bad reading is.
Montag returns to the firehouse with one of the books and gives it to Captain Betty. Betty talks to Montag and tries to convince him that books are useless and don't have any value in society by quoting famous authors.
A fire alarm sounded giving the firemen an address to burn. The firefighters run to the truck and get the job done.