Chapters 3 & 4
1. "No single one can possess greater wisdom than the many Scholars who are elected by all men for their wisdom. Yet we can. We do." (Part 3)
This image represents how the main character is different. He feels like
he is at the bottom because of it. But instead he just has a different perspective.
This image shows how a more logical (robotic) mind compares to
a more colorful, in this case human mind. The main character
is starting to feel emotions, and now it's not all knowledge and rules
This quote is found in the last paragraph of part four, and it caught my eye because it talks about confusion. So far, Equality 7-2521 had talked about being different and knowing things others didn't, but never about uncertainty. He always seemed to have an answer, or at least a theory to everything he saw, but when it comes to women, he knows nothing. As he said, men are not allowed to talk to women, therefore making him uneducated about them. This part seemed important because as a reader I can picture him more like a human, instead of a robot because he is showing feelings. Also, he is showing a side of him that is weak and that made me feel more connected. From a more robotic way of thinking, to a more human.