We cannot tell the precise moment when friendship is formed.....
Montag and Mildred start reading the books he stole. Montag is finally understanding what Clarisse meant when she said that she knew the way life was meant to be experienced.
He needs to stop reading this book!
What are you doing here?
Hey Faber! Remember me?
Montag decides to go consult an old aqquantince. He is a retired English professor. He knows all about books and their importance.
They come up with a plan to ironically burn down the firehouse. They decide to stop at Montag's house to talk to Mildred
I certainly hope so.
This plan is going to work perfectly!
When Montag gets home, Mildred has company! Her friends taunt Montag about his books, so without Faber's consent, he reads the ladies a book. They are all shocked, especially Mrs.Phelps who is crying.
I..I...don't know, don't know.... I just don't know, oh, oh
Was once, too, at the full, and round earth's shore...
Montag went to the Firehouse to talk to Beatty. Faber had put an earpiece in his ear so that he could hear what was happening too. When he got there, Beatty said that they had an unexpected call
and had to leave. He took Montag with him, but didn't tell him what the call was about.