It was a daily ritual for Clarisse to accompany Montag to the corner. One day at the metro entrance Montag asked Clarisse for why was it that he felt as though he had known her for quite a long time. The further they walked , the more the reader learned about the characters.
Why do I always see you wandering around and not in school?
I am not like most people. I do not fit in with this culture.
Despite the fact he adores kids, Montag never had any children. He explains to Clarisse that his wife never wanted kids. To his response, Clarisse apologized for being a fool.
I am an outcast because I question life.
To change the point of discussion, Clarisse asked her irregular inquiries once more. The similarties of the aroma of old leaves and cinnamon shocked Montag because he never questioned anything started to come to realization of the society he is in , further in the piece.
Well I have to get going. Goodbye Mr.Montag.
The tables turn and we discover a tad bit more about Clarisse McClellan.She does not attend school since she is hostile to her society, yet she is social however not the way the general public grasps. Nobody ask questions everyone just goes with the flow.
She clarifies why society considers her to be anomalous. Having no friends demonstrated it to the civilization. She asked him if he sees how people treat each other; hurting, killing each other. Montag depicts her as sounding old.
Clarisse enjoys watching individuals and that is the reason she rides the subway throughout the day. She is attempting to make sense of individuals. She comes to the conclusion that individuals don't have typical discussion. She says they do not ask they just stick to what they know.