The Anthem

The Anthem

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  • Chapter 1-T'Kye Presley
  • Chapter 1
  • The will of our brothers be done.
  • Cook
  • Chapter 2
  • House of Peasants 
  • Liberty 5-3000
  • Equality 7-2521 is expressing himself though his journal underneath the earth, in his secret tunnel. Equality is able to be alone and express himself in the tunnel which not allowed, he states this on page 15,"We are alone here under the earth...The laws say that none among men may be alone, ever and at any time, for this is the transgression and the root of all evil" (Rand 15).
  • Chapter 2
  • In this image Equality is hoping to be apart of the Home of the Scholars as he lines up in front of the Council of Vocation, but he's disappointed. On page 26  you find the answer the Council of Vocation tells Equality, "Street Sweepers"(Rand 26).
  • Chapter 3
  • Equality finally sees Liberty 5-3000 for the first time and instantly falls in love with her appearance. Equality explains Liberty 5-300 apperance, "Their body was straight and thin as a blade of iron. Their eyes were dark and glowing, with no fear in them, no kindness and no guilt. Their hair golden as the sun" (Rand 38-39).
  • Chapter 4
  • This image shows the consequence you'll receive for stating the Unspeakable Word and this site frightened Equality from a young child. He began to wonder if he would receive a punishment like this, he continued to question himself, "What - even if we have to burn for it like the Saint of pyre-"(Rand 50).
  • Equality finally finds his voice after he discovers a new power of nature, he no longer wants to be silent and decides to stop hiding. Equality states his feeling on page 54, "We fought against saying it, but now it is said. We do not care. We forget all men, all rules and all things save our metals and our wires" (Rand 54).
  • Through this picture it shows how much love Equality and Liberty have for each other, breaking multiple rules to bond with each other. This love was still unknown to Equality and Liberty which we can tell by their respond to this action, "We raised our head and stepped back. For we did not understand what had made us do this, and we were afraid to understand" (Rand 57-58).
  • The Unconquered
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