"Plant the books, turn in an alarm, and see the firemen's houses burn."
"You see? I knew it, that's what I wanted to prove! I knew it would happen! I've always said it, poetry and tears, poetry and suicide crying and awful feelings, poetry, and sickness; all that mush! Now I've had it proved to me. You're nasty, Mr. Montag, you're nasty!" Bradberry #97
"Go home! Go home! Before I knock you down and kick you out the door" Bradberry #98
" 'Why,' said Montag slowly, 'we've stopped in front of my house.' "(Bradberry 106)
Montag and Faber wanted to set up the firemen. They wanted to put books in the firemen houses with an alarm so Montag and Faber could burn their houses down.
Montag and Mrs.Bowles got into an argument about books. She believes books are bad for people and make people sad. Montag does not believe this and kicks Mr.Bowles out. This was after Montag read the poem "The Sea of Faith" to Mrs.Bowles and Faber.
Beatty and Montag were driving to burn the books. Montag was confused as they arrived at his house for some apparent reason.