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Faber Quotes (2 quotes)

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Professor Faber

There is nothing magical in them, at all. The magic is only in what books say, how they stitched the patches of the universe together into one garment for us. Montag hesitated. The firehouse, our work? I mean, well, once upon a time.

Fahrenheit Quotes. by: Ray Here, Faber contends that the stories and ideas told in books could just as easily be told through different forms of media.
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Fahrenheit 451 Quotes

Montag sensed it was a rhymeless poem. Then the old man grew even more courageous and said something else and that was a poem, too. Faber held his hand over his left coat pocket and spoke these words gently, and Montag knew if he reached out, he might pull a book of poetry from the man's coat. But he did not reach out. His hands stayed on his knees, numbed and useless. I sit here and know I'm alive. The quote supports the theme because Faber found his happiness within poetry and discovered life within his knowledge.

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Millie and Montag spend the rest of the cold, rainy, November afternoon reading through the books that Montag has acquired. As Montag reads, he begins to understand what Clarisse meant when she said that she knew the way that life is to be experienced. So entranced are Montag and Millie by the substance of the books, they ignore the noise of a sniffing dog outside their window. In Millie's mind, books hold no value; she would rather avoid reality and bask in the fantasy of her television. Although she can choose books and life, she chooses instead to place her loyalties with the television character, White Clown, and the rest of her television family. Montag, however, needs to find someone from whom he can learn and discuss what the books are trying to tell him; he needs a teacher. In his desperation and thirst for knowledge, Montag recalls an encounter last year with an elderly man in the park.

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