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1  She fetched a mop and worked on it.
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2  "Let's get back to work," said Montag quietly.
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3  Carried out on a national scale, it might have worked beautifully.
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4  Life is immediate, the job counts, pleasure lies all about after work.
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5  He was certain if he tried the same route, everything would work out fine.
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6  He felt one hand and then the other work his coat free and let it slump to the floor.
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7  So it looked as if it had to be Montag and the people he had worked with until a few short hours ago.
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8  Outside, crossing the lawn, on his way to work, he tried not to see how completely dark and deserted Clarisse McClellan's house was.
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9  We've got to start somewhere here, figuring out why we're in such a mess, you and the medicine nights, and the car, and me and my work.
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10  Simmons here has worked on it for twenty years and now we've got the method down to where we can recall anything that's been read once.
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11  Montag looked at these men whose faces were sunburnt by a thousand real and ten thousand imaginary fires, whose work flushed their cheeks and fevered their eyes.
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12  He would be Montag-plus-Faber, fire plus water, and then, one day, after everything had mixed and simmered and worked away in silence, there would be neither fire nor water, but wine.
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13  There was only the girl walking with him now, her face bright as snow in the moonlight, and he knew she was working his questions around, seeking the best answers she could possibly give.
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14  He hobbled around the ruins, seizing at his bad leg when it lagged, talking and whimpering and shouting directions at it and cursing it and pleading with it to work for him now when it was vital.
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15  After all the running and rushing and sweating it out and half drowning, to come this far, work this hard, and think yourself safe and sigh with relief and come out on the land at last only to find.
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16  He was in someone else's house, like those other jokes people told of the gentleman, drunk, coming home late late at night, unlocking the wrong door, entering a wrong room, and bedding with a stranger and getting up early and going to work and neither of them the wiser.
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17  Then he stood in the cold night air, waiting, and at a distance he heard the fire sirens start up and run, and the Salamanders coming, coming to burn Mr. Black's house while he was away at work, to make his wife stand shivering in the morning air while the roof let go and dropped in upon the fire, But now, she was still asleep.
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