You know that books can create knowledge right? Well, ok. Something wrong in you're life if you don' t understand that.
Montag, the main character, starts a friendship with his 17 year old neighbor, Clarisse. Clarisse prompts Montag to go examine his life.
Yes, I am. And that book in you're hand is the last of all the bibles. Depends on how you interpret that book I'll talk to you later on that earpiece!
Aren't you Professor Faber? What's in this book? Will it cure my unhappiness?
Montag later gets a complaint order about an old lady that is stashing books in her house and Montag goes to set her straight.
Montag is on the job and he nicks a book from one of her bookshelves. The old lady is so mesmerized and confused that she lights a match and burns herself alive with her beloved books.
Hi, Montag. Here's a map, you head to that river and there are a group of scholars waiting.
The Phoenix was a bird that would regenerate from time to time.
Montag contacts a man named Professor Faber, who explains to him that the book he stole might be the only copy left of the bible. Captain Beatty also notifies Montag of some changes he'd seen overtime. Beatty says that if he had books then he'd have to burn them within 24 hours
From Captain: I see some changes in you. Have you been reading a book?
One day out of nowhere Beatty orders Montag to go burn his books after telling him that his hateful wife, Mildred had turned him in. After the books were burned to ashes, Beatty tried to arrest Montag, but he turned around and burned his boss and some coworkers alive.
Montag escapes after killing coworkers, a mechanical dog and his boss and runs into Professor Faber during his escape. Faber tells him the way to a group of scholars who live by river and think with the books. Montag finds them and they head on back to the city to restore life back to the olden days.