Which passage foreshadows the Mechanical Hound using its procaine-filled needle to stab Montag, causing Montag's leg to go numb?
“Faber held his hand over his left coat-pocket and spoke these words gently, and Montag knew if he reached out, he might pull a book of poetry from the man's coat. But he did not reach out. His. hands stayed on his knees, numbed and useless.”
"'If you see that dog outside,'" said Mildred, " 'give him a kick for me.' He hesitated, listening at the door. He opened it and stepped out...He let his breath go in a great sigh...I'm numb, he thought. When did the numbness really begin in my face? In my body? The night I kicked the pill-bottle in the dark, like kicking a buried mine.”
“The moon rose in the sky as Montag walked, his lips moving just a trifle.”
“Montag said nothing but stood looking at the women's faces as he had once looked at the faces of saints in a strange church he had entered when he was a child. The faces of those enameled creatures meant nothing to him.”
“Montag reached inside the parlor wall and pulled the main switch. The images drained away, as if the water had been let out from a gigantic crystal bowl of hysterical fish.”