The purpose of part one of Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury is that people should follow the norms of society and not stick out to draw attention.
"'You can't have my books,' she said. 'You know the law,' said Beatty" (Bradbury 35)
"Beatty smiled. 'Here or there, that's bound to occur. Clarisse Mclellan?'" (Bradbury 57)
"'Have a reason to suspect attic; 11 No. Elm, City. E.B.' 'That would be Mrs. Blake, my neighbor,' said the woman." (Bradbury 33)
"'A natural error. Curiosity alone,' said Beatty. 'We don't get overanxious or mad. We let the fireman keep the book 24 hours. If he hasn't burned the book by then, we simply come burn it for them. '" (Bradbury 59)
"'There's a phoenix car just drove up and a man in a black shirt with an orange snake stitched his arm coming up the front walk. ' Montag did not move, but stood looking into the cold whiteness of the wall. (Bradbury 50)