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In the novel anthem by Ayn Rand E quality 72521 the protagonist Evolves from a risk-taker to a rebel and finishes as an independent human being for example Equality rights in a journal the laws say that men may not right unless the Council of vocations bid them so May we be forgiven this is significant because it shows that he is taking a risk by writing and not following the laws of his society If there is no change caused by the people in the society remains static unlike the protagonist Equality 7-2521 then proceeds to show that he is a risk taker by sneaking off at social recreation time to write and conduct experiments and return before its over This society isnt allowed to do anything that hasnt been given to them One day equality sees a girl named liberty 5-3000 and develops a crush on her calling her the golden one The protagonist likes to look at her every day until he gets to talk to her finding out that she feels the same and she also has a name for him the unconquered As time passes equality creates electric light As doing so he decides to meet with the world Council of scholars in a month unfortunately he was so excited about his discovery that he lost track of time getting caught and question of his whereabouts he refuses to tell them sending him to the palace of corrective detention where he was held for a months till he realizes that the world Council of scholars will be there soon he then breaks out and prepares to present his inventionWhen Equality goes to the world Council to show his discovery The council was outraged and wanted to kill him and destroy the light Equality then runs to the uncharted forest The protagonists love to experience freedom for once Along the way he finds liberty who had followed him
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