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My art gallery addresses five themes present in Ayn Rand's novella "Anthem" including knowledge, love, individuality, hope, and adversity. This compilation of art either addresses the themes abstractly, or indirectly. It provides a visual to accompany Rand's view on each theme.

"We think that there are mysteries in the sky and under the water and in the plants which grow" (Rand 23).
We are one in all and all in one. There are no men but only the great WE, One, indivisible and forever" (Rand 19).
"But the only things which taught us joy were the power we created in our wires, and the Golden One. And both these joys belong to us alone, they come from us alone, they bear no relation to our brothers, and they do not concern our brothers in any way."(Rand 86).
"Through all the darkness, though all the shame of which men are capable, the spirit of man will remain alive on this earth" (Rand 104).
"For men are forbidden to take notice of women, and women are forbidden to take notice of men. But we think of one among women, they whose name is Liberty 5-3000, and we think of no others" (Rand 38).
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