Why Did Faber Decide to Go to St Louis?

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In Fahrenheit 451, Faber decides to go to St. Louis. He decides to go because he wants to meet a retired printer that he knows. He thinks this printer may be able to help them.
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should be 2 days in this case. It would be 3 days for an address outside the St. Louis metro area. That is the goal set by the USPS. Embed Quote
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