There must be something in books, things that we can't imagine, to make a woman stay in a burning house
We'll start over again, at the beginning.
What does it mean? It doesn't mean anything! The Captain was right!
(8) Evening, when Montag first met Clarisse. This is a period of time when he was proud of his work, and had a 'legal' opinion about books.
I've tried to remember, but hell, it's gone when I turn my head
(40, Quote - 51) A special case for Montag. His hands stole the book by themself. And also the fact that the woman burned herself with the books made him think about books' value.
[...] Go home, go home!
(68) The moment when Montag persuaded Mildred to read books with him, for the sake of understanding them. An important moment in his life, since he can change his worldview.
I can't do it. How can I go at this new assignment, how can I go on burning things?
(89) Montag came to Faber's house to receive help and support. He wants to understand, remember what he has read, but he cannot do it alone. And since Faber is well-read, he can help. Eventually Faber became an assistant or even a friend to Montag.
(101) Montag screaming expresses all his opinion about the actions and principles of Mrs. Bowles. This event is important because Montag, for the first time, shared his opinion with robotic people.
(110) Montag returned to work. After reading the books, and getting a partner, he wants to understand what the captain says, or even start a dialogue. But the captain treats Montag with suspicion and arrogance, he knows that he is no longer the same.