Summary Of Anthem By Ayn Rand

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Anthem is a science fiction novella written by Ayn Rand and is a story about finding one's individuality, which is important because it allows a person to stand out in a crowd and teaches one to not just follow someone else. A person needs to learn that it is acceptable to be different and once one realizes that, they need to use it for good and positive reasons.

Society broadcasts that it is unacceptable to be different and that there is a specific way to live; however, Ayn Rand writes about how one can defy this standard. Equality used to think that he had to be equal to everyone else and follow the rules in order to survive in society. In the book it says “We are one in all and all in one. There are no men but only the great WE, One …show more content…

Equality’s new invention of the lightbox was geared towards helping the people and improving the neighborhood (PAGE NUMBER??????). From that moment on, Equality knew he was a single individual and knew he needed to stop following others, and to start being a leader. Sadie Robertson, a teenage girl who has very modest and christ like opinions, does an excellent job of living original and using her fame for positive effects. The Robertsons became famous after their family launched a duck call making business, which eventually grew into a T.V. show about their Christ like and adventurous life. In the past, many celebrities have let the fame and popularity go to their heads and end up doing negative things due to their popularity. However Sadie used her exposure for good. Her popularity gave her the platform to preach, testify, and set a positive example for young girls about being an individual and using their individuality for Christ. One of her favorite Bible verses is 1 Peter 4:10, it says,“Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms.” Sadie likes this verse so much because it explains how God has given each of us gifts and that we need to use them to positively serve others and to honor

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