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Each person is individual each maintain their own life personally and publicly Whether its what they decide what clothes to put on in the morning or whether they decide to do the right thing for publicity or just because its the right thing to do no person is exactly alike In the books Anthem by Ayn Rand and A Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn the authority of each community views each person not as an individual but as many people that are all living the same life as a criminal or as a prisoner of their own minds where the only characteristic telling the people apart is their number on a sheet of paper that means nothing in the real world For instance in the book Anthem to tell each person apart they have a specific word followed by a series of 5 numbers assigned at random suck as Equality 7-2521 or Liberty 5-3000 Giving names such as these deteriorates any personalities they might have had It makes all the people seem the same Its the same problem in A Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich In the eyes of the warders they are prisoners nothing more than a guilty criminal The inmates might call each other their real names such as Ivan or Tsezar but in to the warders all they have as identification is yet again a number nothing more than a number never will they be seen as anything more than a silly meaningless number The fact that in each book no person is entitled to their own opinion is extremely dehumanizing 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 It is base and evil It is as if we were speaking alone to no ears but our own And we know well that
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