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The main character, Meg, is caught between the desire for conformity and the expression of her own creative nature. At the beginning of the novel Meg feels embittered towards other students at her school that make fun of her and tease her for being different, as well as those who see her little brother as being odd. She desperately wants to be more like her twin brothers who have little problem fitting in.
But on Camazotz, Meg understands the toll that conformity can take on a person and a society as the people there have no individuality and are brainwashed. Meg, for the first time, understands the harsh reality of life when her own creativity is quashed and she is unable to assert her individuality.