Respond to 2 of the 4 questions below.
1- What great discovery does Equality make in this chapter?
2- What does Equality now realize is the proper goal and purpose of his life?
3- Using examples from the text, explain in what ways “I” is like a God?
4- Reread the incident with the Saint of the Pyre on page 50. What was he trying to communicate to Equality?
Honors' Discussion Prompt
Explain the following quotes in your own words:
a. “Whatever road I take, the guiding star is within me.”
b. “For the word ‘We’ must never be spoken, save by one’s choice and as a second thought.”
How can these quotes be applied to your life?