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Equality 7-2521 was different from the rest of the people around him, as he desired to think and achieve his goals. Although he was extremely good at math and science, Equality 7-2521 was placed by the Council of Vocations in the Home of the Street Sweepers. He always dreamt of becoming a Scholar. One day, Equality 7-2521 went to work outside the city, and fell in love with a woman, Liberty 5-3000, whom he names “The Golden One”. Liberty 5-3000 then names Equality “The Unconquered”.
Equality soon rediscovers electricity, and desires to present it to the World Council of Scholars. After being arrested due to his absence from the Home of the Street Sweepers, he eventually escapes after being tortured. The World Council of Scholars reject his work, as they believe his work could disrupt the peace in the world. When they try to destroy his invention, Equality takes it, and runs into the Uncharted Forest. Is Equality able to display his invention to the world or is he captured and thrown in prison? This book answers these questions and more.
About Ayn Rand
Ayn Rand was a philosopher, author, playwright, and screenwriter. Some of Rand’s literary works include The Virtue Of Selfishness, The Romantic Manifesto, Introduction To Objectivist Epistemology, and Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal.
Rand was born on 2nd February, 1905, in Saint Petersburg, Russian Empire. She finished her schooling in the Crimea at the age of 16. Universities were opened to women after the Russian Revolution, and Rand was among the first group of women to join Petrograd State University. Rand studied in the department of social pedagogy and majored in history. She was then introduced to the works of Plato and Aristotle, who influenced her greatly. During the 1960s, and 70s, Rand began to propagate her Objectivist philosophy though her books, and often spoke at educational institutions such as Princeton, Yale, Harvard, Columbia, and MIT. In 1963, the Lewis & Clark College awarded Rand with an honorary doctorate. She was married to Frank O’Connor. Rand passed away on 6th March, 1982, in New York City.