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1  He saw Mildred thrust herself back to the wall and gasp.
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2  Why, they were right in that parlor wall, not six months ago.
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3  On one wall a woman smiled and drank orange juice simultaneously.
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4  Montag reached inside the parlor wall and pulled the main switch.
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5  We're already doing without a few things to pay for the third wall.
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6  It'll be even more fun when we can afford to have the fourth wall installed.
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7  Montag touched the volume control in the wall and the announcer was speechless.
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8  Montag gazed beyond them to the wall with the typed lists of a million forbidden books.
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9  She sagged away from him and slid down the wall, and sat on the floor looking at the books.
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10  A great nuzzling gout of fire leapt out to lap at the books and knock them against the wall.
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11  Montag did not move, but stood looking into the cold whiteness of the wall immediately before him.
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12  If we had a fourth wall, why it'd be just like this room wasn't ours at all, but all kinds of exotic people's rooms.
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13  Montag felt himself turn and walk to the wall slot and drop the book in through the brass notch to the waiting flames.
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14  She was only standing, weaving from side to side, her eyes fixed upon a nothingness in the wall, as if they had struck her a terrible blow upon the head.
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15  Montag lay back against the wall and then slowly sank to a crouching position and began to nudge the books, bewilderedly, with his thumb, his forefinger.
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16  They sat in the hall because the parlor was so empty and gray-looking without its wall lit with orange and yellow confetti and skyrockets and women in gold-mesh dresses and men in black velvet pulling one-hundred-pound rabbits from silver hats.
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17  Any man who can take a TV wall apart and put it back together again, and most men can, nowadays, is happier than any man who tries to slide rule, measure, and equate the universe, which just won't be measured or equated without making man feel bestial and lonely.
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