Symbols_in_Anthem - Nicolette Tim Lisa Symbols Light the tunnel the light bulb the house in the forest with windows Clothing manuscript And he suffered

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Nicolette, Tim, Lisa Symbols- Light- the tunnel, the light bulb: the house in the forest with windows. Clothing, manuscript, “And he suffered for his deed as all bearers of light suffer. His name was Prometheus.” Pg.99 “They would see nothing, save our crime of working alone, and they would destroy us and our light.” Pg.61Forest-rebirth “And we thought suddenly that there was a great satisfaction to be found in the food which we need and obtain by our own hand” pg. 79“But each day added to the chain between us and the City is like an added blessing” pg. 84Manuscript “Two years have passed since we found this place. And in these two years we have learned more than we had learned in the ten years of the Home of the Students” pg.36“It is a sin to write this.” Pg.17“I am done with the monster of “We”, the word of serfdom, of plunder, of misery, falsehood and shame.” Pg.97Manuscript- individuality The forest- New begging, rebirth
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