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1  But here, in our tunnel, we feel it no longer.
Anthem By Ayn Rand
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2  For thirty days we have not been here, in our tunnel.
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3  Nothing moves in this tunnel save our hand on the paper.
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4  We must guard our tunnel as we had never guarded it before.
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5  Now we sit in the tunnel for three hours each night and we study.
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6  And now, sitting here in our tunnel, we wonder about these words.
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7  We have walked the length of our tunnel, with a candle lighting the way.
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8  If we went back to hide in our tunnel, we would be found and our light found with us.
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9  We stole through the dark passages, and through the dark streets, and down into our tunnel.
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10  The walls were hard and smooth, of that stone unlike stone which we had seen in our tunnel.
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11  We can light our tunnel, and the City, and all the Cities of the world with nothing save metal and wires.
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12  We spoke of it, and of our long quest, and of our tunnel, and of our escape from the Palace of Corrective Detention.
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13  And there were globes of glass everywhere, in each room, the globes with the metal cobwebs inside, such as we had seen in our tunnel.
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14  Tomorrow, in the full light of day, we shall take our box, and leave our tunnel open, and walk through the streets to the Home of the Scholars.
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