This scene in the book is when Montag is burning books. This is significant because in the because it sets up how Montag's character acts in the beginning of the book. At first he loves his job and loves burning books and has no problem with what the government is doing. This basically shows how remorseful he was with doing what he was doing.
This scene in the book is when Montag burns Captain Beatty to death with his flamethrower. This is significant because when Montag torches Captain Beatty he takes it. Captain Beatty wanted to die in this scene because he realizes all of his wrong-doings.
This scene in the book is when the city is destroyed from the war and Montag escapes and joins with a group of survivors. This is significant because Montag meets with the survivors they are devoted to memorizing and reciting books and they all also want to rebuild. In the end of the book the war destroys everything as he and the firemen destroyed the books.