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  1. "The Fountainhead," her second novel, has been more than five years in preparation; it is a long but absorbing story of man's enduring battle with evil. View Full Article in Timesmachine » Share ...

  2. 6 New Paperbacks to Read This Week. Recommended reading from the Book Review, including titles by Jenny Erpenbeck, Julia Lee, Simon Winchester and more. By Shreya Chattopadhyay. Second Life.

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    Ayn (rhymes with “pine”) Rand was best known as the author of the novels Atlas Shrugged (1957), The Fountainhead (1943), and We the Living (1936) which together sold over twelve million copies.2 She was born in St. Petersburg, Russia, in 1905, graduated with a degree in history from the University of Leningrad in 1924, and emigrated to the United S...

    Dr. Ruth Alexander once said in The New York Mirror, “Ayn Rand is destined to rank in history as [an] outstanding novelist and profound philosopher of the twentieth century.”6 Whether or not this historical judgment will prove true in the long run, we may surely say with M. Stanton Evans that the sheer success of her novels in the book market (over...

    The best one sentence summary of Ayn Rand’s thought came from the appendix to her greatest novel, Atlas Shrugged: “My philosophy in essence is the concept of man as a heroic being, with his own happiness as the moral purpose of his life, with productive achievement as his noblest activity and reason as his only absolute” (1085). As an atheist and a...

    I agree with Ayn Rand that if man is to survive and live as man, he must live by his reason. That is he must think clearly about reality and make judgments on the basis of what he perceives to be real. “Why do you not judge for yourselves what is right?” Jesus asked (Luke 12:57; see 1 Corinthians 10:15; 11:13). It is true that whatever negates, opp...

    It may have been noticed that in the list of Rand’s virtues above, which I condoned, justice and pride were omitted. This is not because I disagree with everything she said about them, but because the Christian cannot follow her consistently at these points. Rand argued that one must never “grant the unearned or undeserved, neither in matter nor in...

  3. Arshya Gaur. A-1/7 Vasant Vihar, New Delhi – 110057. E-mail: arshyagaur@gmail.com. Accepted 1 February 2021. This paper seeks to examine Ayn Rand’s ‘Fountainhead’ through a multi-focal dimension. It delineates the cartography of the themes of Rand’s Russian-American ethnicity and the socio-economic conditions of the post-World War II ...

  4. Atlas Shrugged. Atlas Shrugged is a 1957 novel by Ayn Rand. It is her longest novel, the fourth and final one published during her lifetime, and the one she considered her magnum opus in the realm of fiction writing. [1] She described the theme of Atlas Shrugged as "the role of man's mind in existence" and it includes elements of science ...

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  5. Nov 29, 2017 · Nov. 29, 2017. It is a continuing astonishment to many a sensible adult that anyone who survived adolescence takes Ayn Rand seriously. Yet admirers of this creator of fat, hyperventilating novels ...

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