Fahrenheit 451 - Study Guide Part 2, Summary & Analysis

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p. 82 - 100. As he walks home after collecting money for the printer from an all-night robot teller, Montag listens to military broadcasts in his ear and to Faber's cynical comments on those broadcasts. Montag says he doesn't want to go from being told what to do by one side of the battle to being told what to do by someone on the other side - he wants to think independently. Faber tells him he's already becoming wise but that Montag has to trust him for a while. He then starts reading to Faber from the Bible's Book of Job.

After Montag gets home, he's in the middle of a late dinner when friends of Mildred's, Mrs. Phelps and Mrs. Bowles, arrive, to watch the parlor with her. As they laugh and scream at the antics on the parlor walls (which include a pair of clowns dismembering each...

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