The Theme Of Relationships In Ayn Rand's Anthem

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Imagine living in a world where everyone is equal, no one is better than anyone else, and the word "I" is against all laws. Seems pretty surreal, well that is reality in the science fiction novel Anthem by Ayn Rand. Throughout the course of the text, the theme of relationships has progressed and developed in many ways. The first of my examples of the change of relationship is how early on in the novel we got the impression that Equality shared thoughts with his government of "We" and no "I". Equality states "We are one in all and all in one. There are no men but only the great We, One, Indivisible and forever." (Pg.19) This expresses his thought of there is no individual, but only one, and we. This also shows no sign of rebel towards his government,
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