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Fahrenheit 451 Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 3, Summary

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Part 3, Summary

p. 123 - 139. Shortly after leaving Faber's home, Montag looks through a large window into an unsuspecting household's parlor, where he sees the Hound pursuing him through streets and alleys, finally arriving at Faber's house. As he silently urges the Hound to move on, it pauses, tests its poisonous claw, and then leaves. Montag moves on, listening to his Ear Thimble as he hears the authorities broadcast an order for everyone in the area to look out their windows at exactly the same moment in hopes of catching a glimpse of the fugitive. Even as he realizes what a brilliant idea this is, Montag plunges into the river, where he removes his clothes, puts on the clothes he took from Faber, and allows himself to be swept away by the current. Moments later, the Hound reaches the river, tracked by helicopters. Montag watches as the Hound and helicopters...

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