For this week's blog post, I decided to draw the brain structure of Equality 7-2521.
Now, moving on to the parts I read for this week's blog post, which is more important here, I first drew the light to cover up the biggest part inside Equality 7-2521's head. This is clearly shown in Part 6, because it is written that "we (I) thought of our (my) glass box and of our (my) light, and we (I) forgot all else." Also, even after he was tortured in the Palace of Corrective Detention, he "smiled, for we (I) thought of the light and that we (I) had not betrayed it." In addition, I drew the World Council of Scholars Meeting as the second biggest thought, because Equality 7-2521 escaped from the cell, although this never has happened before, therefore is a great transgression. This was all due to the fact that the World Council of Scholars Meeting was going to be held on the day after that. Lastly, I drew a bubble with escape, because it is stated in Part 6 that "we counted each day and each night as it passed. Then, tonight, we knew that we must escape." This shows that Equality 7-2521 was waiting for this day. This means escape takes a big part inside his head. Also he knows that it is a transgression to do so, for "men have never defied the Councils so far as to escape from whatever place they were ordered to be." Thus, it is impossible that the escape would not be taking part inside his head, therefore I drew this as the third biggest thought.
Even after Equality 7-2521 was whipped on his back, he still was glad that he was able to keep the promise of his discovery.
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