Describe Equality's physical appearance.
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In Chapter Eight, Equality reaches a stream and, kneeling to drink, he sees his face for the first time in the reflection. He sees that his body is beautiful and trustworthy because his face is not pitiful like those of others.
"For our face and our body were beautiful. Our face was not like the face of our brothers, for we felt no pity when we looked upon it. Our body was not like the bodies of our brothers, for our limbs were straight and thin and hard and strong."