1. When he see’s his reflection in Clarisse’s eyes, he see’s who he really is and realizes he’s not exactly who he thought he was.
2. Clarisse brought back a childhood memory for Montag, it brings him back to a place where he was actually happy.
3. He laughs when she’s not funny and he answers to quickly to her questions.
4. The McClellans are considered peculiar because they talk to each other and walk every where. They also always keep their lights on and have a big front porch.
5. The final question Clarisse asks Montag is “Are you happy?” This question is important because it makes him realize that maybe he isn’t so happy with his life. He begins to wonder what it really means to be a fireman.
6. “She had a very thin face like the dial of a small clock seen faintly in a dark room in the middle of a night when you waken to see the time and see the clock and the minute and the second, with a white silence and a glowing, all certainty and knowing what it has to tell of the night passing swiftly on toward further darknesses, but moving also toward a new sun.” This comparison is important because it sparks a feeling inside him that it was time to act and do something about his life.
7. “She’s like an eager watcher to a marionette show…” She see’s that all the people are like puppets and she can anticipate every move.
“Her face is like a mirror…” Clarisse’s eyes reflect Montag to himself.
8. Montag describes his bedroom is like a mausoleum and his wife the dead person. This characterizes Mildred, how she’s kind of dead.
9. Montag’s smile that always used to have on his face goes away. He decides that he’s not as happy as he thought.
10. When his wife almost dies, the government sends two strangers to fix his wife. That shows that the government doesn’t really care about people. It’s kind of a care free life.
11. Montag hears laughter from Clarisse’s house and longs to be with them instead of in his own house.
12. The test of...