Thisis: In this passage, Montag is trying to read a passage of the Bible, however, a very annoying advertisement is coming from one of the tvs around him, and it disrupt his thoughts. Not only does this passage show in detail how Montag is extremely angry at the advertisement, it also shows how most of the people in that world are almost unable to think just because of the amount of noise that they are surrounded by. In this passage, it shows Montag get angry from the annoying “Denham’s Dental Dentifrice” advertisement.
Trumpets blared. "Denham's Dentrifice." Shut up, thought Montag. Consider the lilies of the field. "Denham's Dentifrice."
They toil not- "Denham's--"
Consider the lilies of the field, shut up, shut up. "Dentifrice ! " He tore the book open and flicked the pages and felt them as if he were blind, he picked at the shape of the individual letters, not blinking. "Denham's. Spelled : D-E.N " They toil not, neither do they . . . A fierce whisper of hot sand through empty sieve. "Denham's does it!" Consider the lilies, the lilies, the lilies... "Denham's dental detergent." "Shut up, shut up, shut up!” It was a plea, a cry so terrible that Montag found himself on his feet, the shocked inhabitants of the loud car staring, moving back from this man with the insane, gorged face, the gibbering, dry mouth, the flapping book in his fist. The people who had been sitting a moment before, tapping their feet to the rhythm of Denham's Dentifrice, Denham's Dandy Dental Detergent, Denham's Dentifrice Dentifrice Dentifrice, one two, one two three, one two, one...