No Montag, the house will burn, there is no time for this nonsense, many have burned before her, she will not change her mind
Shouldn't we wait, maybe she will move, the flames, they will deter her from her stance
The firemen approach the house of the woman who they have been altered has been garnering books. At this point, this house is no different than the many Montag has seen burn.
The woman simply refuses to leave her house, her resilience and insistence ignites concern and curiosity in Montag; it, however, does not ignite the same emotions in the other fireman, especially not Beatty, who rushes Montag along, seemingly completely desensitized by years of burning.
Uneasiness grows in Montag as he realizes that his pleas will prove fruitless. His concern for the life of the women increases, and change evokes in Montag
Something is just not right with the world.....
As Montag watches the woman burn with her beloved books, an idea sparks in Montag, and he grabs a books, taking it with him, awakening a change that will drastically transform him.
Monatg watches the burning house in grief and horror as the fireman drive away from the scene
On his way back to the firehouse, an uncomfortable feeling arouses in Montag. Later he falls ill from what seems to be the events he witnessed at the woman's house. He doesn't return to his work at the firehouse for a considerable amount of time, but when he does he is a changed man on a mission to disrupt the complacency of the world.