My favorite quote from this is when Montag is discussing his plan with Faber. The quote is a reflection from Bradbury.
"His mind would well over at last and he would be Montag anymore, this the old man told him, assured him, promised him. He would be Montag-Plus-Faber, fire plus water, and then one day, after everything had mixed and simmered and worked away in silence, their would be neither fire nor water, but wine."
I think it shows how the ideas of Faber and the actions of Montag would produce a proficient result to what they were trying to accomplish. I mainly chose this quote because of the use of words by Bradbury.
I like the part of the story when Montag and Clarisse meet in the rain and two of my favorite quotes can be found there.
Montag- "Do you have to try everything once?"
Clarisse- "Yes, and sometimes twice."
Clarisse- "I bet I know something else you don't. There's dew on the grass in the morning."
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