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As with most of my answers for life’s most important questions, I take a little from column A and a little from column B.
Her first real success was The Fountainhead rejected by more than ten publishers before publication in Ayn Rand was saying so much, that it got annoying at some point. C and I had been in love for a couple of months, and it was the night before I was leaving for my e, trip.
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And the whole manifesto masquerading as a serious novel gave me eyeball sprain from all of the rolling it did. When I meet people and want to assess their personality, I often ask them what they think of Ayn Rand.
And plus, the entire conversation at the end of the novel with Toohey is just wowowowowoowow. I could see the appeal as I read it.
For instance, when I hear people say that they love this book I mentally put a tick in the “potentially psycho” box category.
‘El manantial’, de Ayn Rand, o el eslogan de la novela liberal
The characters were powerful and intriguing, though a little predictable and 2-dimensional. This isn’t to say that I don’t find the writing style to be eloquent, or that I lack appreciation for the ideal presented. A better writer, or a writer less concerned with indoctrination, may have been able to draw a more sympathetic Howard Roark. However, the relationship between our hero and heroine is never fully convincing to me, and I find it highly disturbing that Rand felt it necessary to make rape an essential and even positive element of their union.
He had to find 42 different ways of saying the same thing, just so the people could understand him. The villain of the book is Ellsworth Toohey, an architectural critic of note, who denounces Roark for his failure to adhere to the accepted standards of the day.
Galt spoke to the radio masses; basically sheep. And its philosophy, like all great lies, is more than three-quarters true. Specially, the rape scene and the subjugation of the female character reminded me of certain settings of some few shoddy novels which I read as teenager. Come back in five years and give it a another try. She also married a bit-part actor called Frank O’Connor because he was ‘beautiful’ – and because her original visitor’s visa had run out.
Listen, Ayn Rand’s entire philosophy comes down to “I’m an asshole.
In that case, I’d encourage you ay read those authors instead, but ultimately come to the correct conclusion that the three aforementioned assumptions are a load of bullshit.
One thing that Ayn Rand really impresses me with is that while she gets a kick out of creating and describing and telling the story of the perfect man, she incorporates some of the strongest women I have ever read in literature.
And soon the deadlines weren’t the only motivation to read and the essay prompts weren’t the only motivation to discuss. On arrival at Ellis Island, she changed into Ayn after a name of some Finnish author, probably “Aino” Rand which she said was an abbreviation of her Russian surname. Whether you love or hate Ayn Rand, Ellsworth M. Do these Randy exceptionalists not understand that bad luck alone can leave anyone destitute at any time by virtue of lawsuit, market crashes and depressions, dread disease, acts of God, business reversal and a litany of other garden variety uncontrolled catastrophes?
This of course is all contextualized by the new revelations of her love of some ps I judge people by this book.
And that’s how I feel about The Fountainhead. But for me, although it was so time-consuming, the book was worth reading. When they’re mad at someone and want to punish them, or even if they’re madly in love with someone, they won’t stop at any length to torture the other party. If you want to read some Rand, start with Anthem, which is awful but short so you’ll get the idea. Both stories revolve around a central character, the perfect man.
Objectivism has been an influence on various other movements such as Libertarianism, and Rand’s vocal support for Laissez-faire Capitalism and the free market has earned her a distinct spot among American philosophers, and philosophers in general. Objectivism has been an influence on various other movements such as Libertarianism, and Rand’s vocal support for Laissez-faire Capitalism and the free market has earned her a distinct spot among American philosophers, and philosophers in general.
I read as much as I could, threw the bastard against the far wall and cursed myself for showing appropriately fascistic violence towards a book. All you have to do is look down. Individual must not conform to society.
The individualist creates his own standards and adheres to them regardless of what others do or think. But I would be interested in reading another Rand novel.
Anyway, I gand folks should need permission to read this. He obviously has no respect or concern for anyone else, yet he’s an architect. I like a challenge though. Your personal experience and your view on life is important if this manantiall ‘speaks’ to you. Rand’s writing is tantalizing for an English nerd–full of the sorts of literary devices that Eel discover and gasp with delight, like wonderfully symbolic opening scenes where the protagonist is naked and jumping off the edge of the cliff, foil characters–though everyone’s a foil to the magnificent Roark, foreshadowing, and the like–so much so, that by five hundred pages in the novel I knew her by her art and, just as her more visionary characters understood how a building must develop or a sculpture must appear, I knew how the novel must end.
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The book and the experience pleasantly surprised me. I actually started it and put it aside several times.
The philosophy rejects mercy, altruism, charity, sacrifice, and service. To ran other readers questions about El Manantialplease sign up. And oh yes, is it ever corny.
A Sense of Life. And Rand made it happen. I await that edition with bated breath. I think it can relate to people who are like Roark, people who keep a challenge alive. We should however learn to be a little more stronger in terms of personal individuality, ie, figure out what makes us happy and have the balls to go after it without letting societal norms hold us back.
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