Parts 7 & 8
1. Why does Equality 7-2521 insist in going to the World Council of Scholars when he knows that there may be really harsh consequences?
The reason I give for Equality 7-2521 to keep doing everything possible to get to the World Council of Scholars to show his new discovery is that he doesn't really understand the seriousness of the rules. He, Equality 7-2521, doesn't get the fact that it is crucial to follow the rules at the society he lives in. Because of this curse that lives inside him, he has the will to break the rules and go do what he desires to do. He should've known that he was at the wrong place the time that all the Scholar started talking at once, angry and frightened by him being there.
2. How did Equality 7-2521 feel when being shout at by the eldest Scholar, Collective 0-0009?
Equality 7-2521 didn't really say what he was feeling at that moment, but I don't think he was that upset. I had inferred for him to be much more frantic than he actually was. He itself said that he doesn't care about the punishment he was about to be given, and what the others have to say about his own, individual opinion. "'Our brothers! You are right. Let the will of the Council be done upon our body. We do not care...'"(Rand, Part 7). This shows me non other than the way he feels at that moment, as well as the confidence he has in himself that he will get through this and become a hero to the Scholars' minds.
3. What would it be like to go somewhere you have no idea what could happen, and what exists there? Compare that to where Equality 7-2521 is.