Anthem Chapter 9

How does Equality describe his new life? What does he begin to doubt?

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Equality is basking in solitude and the ability to share his life with the woman he loves. The two haven't settled yet, as they continue to make their way away from the city. Each step is a blessing. They make bow and arrows, trap fowl and gather other foods in the forest. Equality begin to doubt the truth of whether solitude is truly evil.