Chapter 4 This image represents again and again. This shows again and again by showing the fields and the golden one. Equality thinks about the golden one often and now he is seeing her for the first time in several days.
Chapter 4 This image shows an example of contrasts and contradictions. I personally didn't think that Equality was going to tell liberty that he had given her a nickname.
"We have given you a name in our thoughts, Liberty 5-3000."
chapter 4 This part of the chapter represents an aha moment. It represents an aha moment by telling the reader that both Liberty and Equality had nicknames for each other.
"Nor do we call you Equality 7-2521 when we think of you"
We call you "The Unconquered."
Chapter 4 This part of the chapter represents words of the wiser. Equality told Liberty that the thoughts she had were forbidden, he was giving her feedback on what she had said.
"Such thoughts as these are forbidden, Golden One."
Chapter 4 This part of the chapter represents a memory moment. Equality was writing and he said that he could not remember if he drank the water in Liberty's hands.
chapter 4 This part o the chapter represents tough questions. The tough question that Equality has to face is why he held his lips in the golden one's hands, even when there was no water.