to what does Bradbury compare the conversation of the "ladies"?
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The closest quote I found is when Montag compares the women to religious objects. They remind him of icons in a church but did not understand. The point here is that these women are so vacuous, vapid and superficial that they are as foreign to him as he remembers the icons in a church he once saw. Montag finds these women distressing to his soul.