Explain how Ayn Rand accomplishes this by constrating Equality's physical qualities and character traits to those of his fellow men.

Clearly, Ayn Rand intended Equality to stand out from his "brothers." (Chapter 1)

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Although Equality 7-2521 himself expresses guilt rather than awareness of the injustices of his government, he consistently receives punishment from his society for his exceptional qualities, which range from his above-average height of six feet to his intelligence and curiosity regarding the sciences.