Presentation on theme: "All about Anthem By: Ayn Rand By: José R Segovia."— Presentation transcript:
All about Anthem By: Ayn Rand By: José R Segovia
This what the city council did. And that’s what equality didn't do. He wasn’t stupid or powerful he was just smart
I thought it was about how it really doesn’t matter how strict you are and how much you try to destroy selfishness you won’t, because as much as it is human to be able to chose your friends, professions and belongings or even your love its also human to be selfish although too much is bad and I guess I can see the point of view of the city council they were scared because from what it seemed they have been through it before so they decided to blame it to anything selfish like the words ego, and I
Stepping Inside the mind What might the person care deeply about? He would care about the worlds unhappiness and how he him self can’t be happy What might the person wonder about or Question? Fraternity he who cries for no reason He would wonder if there is another place with more happiness, pleasure and he would Question if this is really the utopia they try to make it out to be
Making the connections " Dare not choose in your minds the work you would like to do when you leave the Home of the Students. You shall do that which the Council of Vocations shall prescribe for you. For the Council of Vocations knows in its great wisdom where you are needed by your brother men, better than you can know it in your unworthy little minds. And if you are not needed by your brother man, there is no reason for you to burden the earth with your bodies. "and I feel this personally because of the fact that every where I go I hear become a doctor, lawyer but I don’t want to become any of those things I want to become something I like not what someone else thinks I should become because then I'm only give it 20% percent of my effort and what's left over is left over. But if it’s something I like I'm gonna give it 110% because it’s me body not theirs I get to choose what I want to do with my body not them.
Level 2 level two : what does he think of his other ''brothers“ who are forced to be his friends? He thinks that they shouldn’t be his friends just cause they were born that they would have to do much more in order to earn his love as a friend Text evidence I am neither foe nor friend to my brothers, but such as each of them shall deserve of me. And to earn my love, my brothers must do more than to have been born. I do not grant my love without reason, nor to any chance passer-by who may wish to claim it. I honor men with my love. But honor is a thing to be earned.
Level 3 level 3: do you think there should be thoughts that should never be thought? No,I mean as long as you don’t say it out aloud go ahead and think what you want just don’t commit to do it if its something harmful but think it maybe it’ll help you get it out of your system
Color Grey represents everything about this book from the simple fact that it is a mixture between two colors white because people made friendship, love, and became truly holy and found life beyond from what they knew. Before that there was emptiness. Surround by evil and the unknown without even knowing it and the mourn for true freedom
symbol The symbol that I choose was the key because this book opened up new ways to look at things differently at the same time it also creates mysteries makes you think about you own government, life, way of living.
image And Image that I founud perfect for the book is the mind and the reason behind and/or for this is that the mind is always setting seemingly impossible Chanllenges but no matter what we always have to make a choice of either to overcome it or be taken over and give up