Mildred is upset. She tells a lie that the firemen all usually bring home a book. Montag reads the Dover poem, and Mrs. Phelps cries.
Mrs. Phelps was moved by the poem.
Faber was an old man Montag met at a park. He was hiding books that he reads
Guy Montag starts off as someone who burns books. He then changes to someone who reads books.
Montag reads a poem called Dover beach.
Montag reads the poem Dover Beach by Matthew Arnold to Mildred and her friends. Because Montag reads the poem, it brings Mildred's friends to tears.
In "Fahrenheit 451," Montag asks Faber to teach him what the books he reads mean. Faber explains that what is needed is a quality of information that can be defined as a detailed knowledge of life. Faber agrees to help him.
after beatty's visit he reads Gulliver's Travels
after beatty's visit he reads gulliver's travels
He reads a book to them which was a big mistake. but if you dont like my answer then got to sparknotes. Its much easy it tells juts the summary. But yeah he read a poem to them and one of them started to cry.