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What is it about the woman’s death that bothers Montag the most?
The woman is old and senile and Montag thinks the firemen should have more mercy.
She should have lit the fire herself, since they were her books.
There must be a reason why she would die for her books.
Montag and the firemen arrived late to the house; if the had been earlier, they could have saved the old woman.
Some of the books being burned belonged to Montag and Faber.