Part 2: The Sieve and the sand
The title for this part can signify that Guy wants to discern what's true and what is incorrect about books. When the dentifrice commercial play, it shows us that Montag can't concentrate memorizing the bible and is struggling between the two social views that he knows. Montag goes to Faber because of the impression he left Guy with about real things and not of the television, much like Clarisse. Faber tells Montag that saving books is vital, that people should be free to read them and act upon the ideas they have. Quality of information, leisure to digest, and the right to carry out actions based on what we learn from the interactions of the first two are what Faber says is missing from society.