PART THREE: Burning Bright They were in front of the house, waiting what was to come. Montag could not believe what might happen. Beatty turned to him and gave Montag a look as if trying to tell him the point of burning his house which was destroying Montag as a person. Beatty told Montag that he was a burden. Mildred ran outside with all her bags packed apparently knew that there will be a fire in her house, but how can she possibly have known that? Till this point I quite don't understand. The entire town had come to see the show that was about to happen. It was like a show everybody had to be there in order for it to start, people loved to see it and there was something about fire that made it so beautiful as the author of the book says fire is lovely to all persons of all ages. Think about why kids love to play with fire all the time.
THEY FIRED THE HOUSE.
Beatty destroyed Montag's house starting by the bedroom, which he fired twice, discovering that there were great amount of books in the house which really surprised Beatty. Why? Beatty knew the truth about books he knew that books have a lot of profound creativity and that they teach you great things too. Betty did not want anybody to know about the truth about fires. However, the way that this book is going in the direction I believe that the next thing that will happen would be Montag finding the truth about the world and how deadly fires are. Well, the thing was that he pretty much knew it already!