Fahrenheit 451

How does Granger establish Montag's importance to the group's mission, despite Montag's lack of academic training?

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Granger explains that there is a network of people who have memorized classic books. Granger says that Montag is important because he represents their “back-up copy” of the Book of Ecclesiastes.