also are ther e any qoutes that follow it?
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Faber is Montag's mentor; he is learned and well read; he remembers what it was like before books went out of style. Montag needs Faber's intelligence and experience to bring down the fireman, and to initially understand "why" he needs to do so. Faber needs Montag because he is well schooled on the protocol and organization of his workplace.
is there one more example you can give me?
Faber teaches Montag to read, and describes their relationship as that of a “queen bee to a drone”. He uses the radio device he's given Montag to verbally instruct him on what to do and say around Beatty and the other men. In a way, he's like a puppet. Hope this helped!
"He would be Montag-plus-Faber, fire plus water, and then, one day, after everything had mixed and simmered and worked away in silence, there would be neither fire nor water, but wine."
Found in Part 2
yes it did thanks.
also the quote you set out found in part 2 is there is 2nd part to the book?
when you said Faber needs Montag because he is well schooled on the protocal and organization of his workplace, what do you mean by that?
Part 2 is The Sieve and the Sand, and what I meant by protocol and organization is that Montag was on the inside of what the two were trying to change. Faber was a brilliant man (he was also kind of a chicken), but Montag knew the fire department. He knew the departments protocol (regulations), schedules, ect... Montag became the "inside man."
do you know were in the book were i can find a qoute that relates to montag protocol?
im sorry not a quote but the page number?
I'm still looking............ sorry.
it fine its because i just cant find the page number in the book.
are there more qoutes that any one could give me about this qeastion? in what ways do faber and montag need each other to carry out their plan to bring down the fireman?