In Fahrenheit 451, Granger says, "always the chance of discovery. Better to keep it in the old heads, where noone can see it or suspect it. We are all bits and pieces of history and literatureand...

In Fahrenheit 451, Granger says, "always the chance of discovery. Better to keep it in the old heads, where noone can see it or suspect it. We are all bits and pieces of history and literatureand international law, Byron, Thomas Paine,Machiavelli or Christ, it's here." What page does he say this?

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In my version, which is the Ballantine Books paperback with a black spine and back and white cover with a burning figure on it, has that quote on page 152.

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