Definition Of Equality 7-2521

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“When men saw the Great Truth which is this: that all men are one and that there is no will save the will of all men together.” Equality 7-2521 lives in a world where the government bans all forms of individuality. For instance it is a sin to “think words no others think and to put them down upon paper no others are to see.” Equality was born with a curse “It has always given us wishes which men may not wish. We know that we are evil, but there is no will in us and no power to resist it. This is our wonder and ur secret fear, that we know and do not resist.” Alternative sins that Equality or any other individuals cannot encompass maybe, “To be born with a head which is too quick. It is not good to be different from our brothers, but it is evil to be superior to them.” Equality is a much more intelligent individual than the students that he associates with in the Home of the Students. Equality 's teachers disliked him because he was too smart. He tried to be like the other students and forget the lessons but he couldn’t forget. “We had broken a law, for we had not paid heed to the words of our Teachers.” While working as a street sweeper with International 4-8818 and Equality discovers a tunnel in which they believe to have been built by men during the Unmentionable Times.…show more content…
Liberty, a worker in the Home of the Peasants, is renamed The Golden One by Equality because of her beautiful “golden” hair. By the end of Anthem, Equality has a different intake of his assessment on his sins. As you can see the many examples that Equality has perpetrated can affect the assessment that Equality has on his sins by taking a stand and standing up to be a true individual that has individuality. Also I would say drawing attention to yourself isn’t really a sin rather than something that someone is very uncomfortable
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