Character Analysis Of Equality 7-2521 In Ayn Rand's Anthem

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In the beginning of the Anthem written by Ayn Rand, Equality 7-2521 was always told to act like his brothers, he was punished and disciplined as a child. They even state the same saying before bed each night, “We are all and all for one, there is no we only the great we, one indivisible and forever.”(Chapter 1, Paragraph 8) Equality 7-2521 even states “We repeat this to ourselves, but it helps us not.”(Chapter 1, Paragraph 9), basically he is saying that he has said this saying his whole life before he goes to bed, but he doesn't believe in what he states. Equality 7-2521 was punished and disciplined as a child. In the home of the students he was punished for being too tall. (Chapter 1, Paragraph 10). He was also punished because learning was

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