Imagine a world where the individual has been repressed to the point that the word “I” no longer exists. Now, as hellish as that sounds, imagine that you are the only one who has the capability to break free from the iron fists that are choking you and your brothers. This is the life of Equality 7-2521, the principal character and narrator of Ayn Rand’s Anthem. Anthem takes place in the dark ages of
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