Evey Quotes

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V is on a mission to exact revenge on those who wronged him and others at the Larkhill Resettlement Camp, which he destroyed and escaped from. V wants the people of England to individually rule over themselves and be free of their oppressive government. He puts Evey through torture he tells her “Because I love you, because I want to set you free” (Moore 167). Which in turn she isn 't happy about at first but once she is set free from the prison she was in since birth she is glad. V is killed but as he puts it “Did you think to kill me? There’s no flesh or blood within this cloak to kill, there’s only an idea, ideas are bulletproof” (Moore 236). Even if physically V’s body does not survive his ideas do and they live on through Evey. Evey’s weaker self dies once she is freed by V now she is reborn and must carrier on V’s mission. He tells her “This country is not saved … do not think that … but all its old beliefs have come to rubble and from rubble may we build, that is their task: to rule themselves; their lives and loves and land” (Moore 245). Evey’s struggle for survival was to find her purpose in life, having been lonely and lost for so long she knows what she must do now. As she says “Descending now to claim my heritage, I think about the task ahead, so vast, so…show more content…
They both really only had two options either to survive or die and they both choose to survive. They are both young so they have a lot to live for and look forward to despite what is going on at the time. Even through all their heartache and struggles they still managed to survive. To live another day despite what they went through and what struggles they must face ahead. Through hope and purpose in life they managed to live through horrible situations. They lived through hate, death, injustice etc. Just like countless people must do on a regular basis
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