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They Montags read through a long afternoon Montag kept on readinga page as many as ten times Montag then opened another book Thatfavorite subject My self He starts to say that Clarisses favoritesubject wasnt herself But other people and himself He believes themen have been dead or long but he thinks their words point one way oranother to Clarisse Mildred says Books arent people You read and Ilook all around but there isnt anybody She then says that herfamily is people because they tell her things that make her laugh Butthen she says that if Captain Beatty found out about the books hedprobably go and burn the house and the family she thinks that the booksarent worth the risk The only reason Montag wants to read the books is because he wantsto find out where too look for Clarisse and what happened to herMontag wasnt sure of what to do with the books he started to think ofwhere he can get help A old man admits that he was a retired Englishprofessor his name was Faber Montag sad that he knew if he reached outin the mans coat hed most likely pull a book of poetry Montag calledFaber to ask him how many copies of the Bible are left and how manycopies of Shakespeare and Plato Faber says that he doubts that thereis any copies left at all for both But Faber hung up because he says itcan be anyone over the phone Montag says that he cant talk to the walls because they yell at himand that he cant talk to his wife because she listens to the walls Hefeels like nobody wants to listen to hm All he wants is for someone tohear what he has to say He wants Faber to help him understand hisreading Montag stole a book Faber tells him his brave but Motags wifeis dying a friend of his
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