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Inside this Book – Would you like to hear the only joke I’ve ever written? Q: “How many Objectivists does it take to screw in a lightbulb?” A: (Pause, then disdainfully) “Uh…one!” And thus it is that so many of us have such a complicated relationship with the work of Ayn Rand; unabashed admirers at the age of 19, unabashedly horrified by 25, after hanging out with some actual Objectivists and witnessing what a–holes they actually are, and also realizing that Rand and her cronies were one of the guiltiest parties when it came to the 1950s “Red Scare” here in America. Here in Rand’s first massive manifesto-slash-novel, we meet the theoretically ultimate Objectivist — architect Howard Roarke, who is so just completely sure of what he should be doing with his constructions, he won’t even participate in his industry at all unless his client gives him complete and utter control over the final project; which is why Howard Roarke barely ever completes any projects over the course of his life, which according to Rand is because of the vast unwashed masses of the insipid keeping the obvious genius down.
Inside this book –The Fountainhead PDF Book by Ayn Rand – I went over to the other side… & made it back!! I will admit that I had been properly warned (Liana, others…). You read “The Fountainhead” because many other readers have, before you; its a book as popular as “One Hundred Years of Solitude.” This awful novel begins strong, climaxes early (no pun intended) with an insipid rape scene, then’s all downhill. The tones mismatch, but not in an interesting way, but dull! Is there, indeed, a tone? I don’t think so. The androids which make-up the ensemble of characters are as vanilla as the writing itself. No, it is not badly written, so much as its deceitful (some parts are alright, reminiscent of the boring bits in The Bonfire of the Vanities by Tom Wolfe; others are droll, ridiculously redundant, you try to scan the pages for something…different). The impulse to read on, however, IS there, just as the direction of the novel becomes hopeless & it becomes a harrowing chore (since there are just so many other books out there to choose from).
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- Author of this Book – Ayn Rand
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