Fahrenheit 451

What did Montag do in the women's presence, despite Faber's harsh warnings? What was the result?

what did montag do in the women's presence and what was the result

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Montag, disturbed by the women's mindless pleasantries and lack of awareness of the world around them, unplugs the television walls and tries to engage the women in a discussion about the impending war. The women really do not know how to react. Montag decides to read the poem Dover Beach, to the three women. When he is finished, Mrs. Phelps is crying, though she cannot explain why, and Mrs. Bowles is angry with Montag for bringing about trouble. The women cannot handle true beauty and emotion.