Equality is writing in his journal about his sins. He feels remorseful because of the unlawful things he is doing and is telling the reader about them. On page 17, we discover what Equality is doing when he jots down, "It is a sin to write this. It is a sin to think words no others think and put them down upon a paper no others are to see." (Rand 17).
In this scene, Equality and International discover a hole. International is scared about the hole and thinks they should report it to the council while Equality is curious. On page 31, we discover the hole when Equality exclaims, " We shall go down we said to International. It is forbidden they answered. We said since the council does not know of this hole, so it cannot be forbidden." (Rand 31).
We must tell the council!!!!!!!!!!!
In this scene, Equality and Liberty fall in love and see each other for the first time. Also they break a rule of preference when they wave to each other. We discover whats going on when Equality joyfully exclaims, " ...We raised our hand to our forehead and then moved it slowly, palm down, toward Liberty...But Liberty saw it and understood. They raised their hand to their forehead and moved it as we had."(Rand 40).
In this scene, the saint is being burned for saying the Unspeakable word. While he is getting burned, he smiles at young Equality and stares solely at him. On page 51, we discover what the Saint is doing when Equality fearfully states, "There was only joy in them, and pride, a pride holier than it is fit for human pride to be. And it seemed as if these eyes were trying to tell us something through the flames."(Rand 51).
In this scene, Equality discovers electricity and makes a light bulb turn on. Also in this scene, Equality thinks hes smarter than all the scholars. On page 52, we learn what Equality thinks when he writes, "...But we think the Council is blind. The secrets of this earth are not for all men to see, but only for those who will seek them. We know we have found a secret unknown to all our brothers." (Rand 52).
In this scene, Liberty and Equality tell each other their nicknames for each other. Another thing that happens is they break another rule, they speak words of preference to one another. On page 56, we learn how Equality and Liberty see each other when they start telling each other their nicknames when Equality and Liberty confess, "...The Unconquered...Yes, we whispered, and they smiled, and then we said "Our dearest one do not obey us." Speak these words again they whispered...Our dearest one, we whispered. Never have men said this to women." (Rand 56).