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Equality 7-2521 Character Analysis

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Ryan Heitkamp

on 18 February 2014

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Transcript of Equality 7-2521 Character Analysis

“For the coming of that day shall I fight, I and my sons and my chosen friends. For the freedom of Man. For his rights. For his life. For his honor” (Rand 104).
“We sat still and we held our breaths. For our face and our body were beautiful. Our face was not like the faces of our brothers, for we felt no pity when looking upon it” (Rand 80).
“‘Yes,’ said Collective 0-0009, ‘we have much to say to a wretch who have broken all the laws and who boast of their infamy! How dared you think that your mind held greater wisdom than the minds of our brothers?’” (Rand 71).
“We said: ‘The Council does not know of this hole, so it cannot be forbidden’” (Rand 31).
“Ever have the Teachers and the Leaders pointed to us and frowned and said: ‘There is evil in your bones, Equality 7-2521, for your body has grown beyond the bodies of your brothers.’ But we cannot change our bones nor our body” (Rand 18).
“There is no joy for men, save the joy shared with all their brothers. But the only things which taught us joy were the power we created in our wires and the Golden One” (Rand 86).
“We do not know, but we shall learn. We cannot stop now, even though it frightens us that we are alone in our knowledge” (Rand 54).
“I am done with the monster of ‘We’, the word of serfdom, of plunder, of misery, falsehood, and shame” (Rand 97).
“I am a man. The miracle of me is mine to own and keep, and mine to guard, and mine to use, and mine to kneel before!” (Rand 95).
Equality 7-2521
By: Ryan Heitkamp
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