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The Fountainhead (Paperback)

by Ayn Rand

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The Fountainhead

The Fountainhead (Paperback)

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Summary of the Book Howard Roark is a brilliant architect who is despised the most for his sheer ability and his disregard for conservatism in architecture. Peter Keating, on the other hand, is a famous, yet an inane architect, who acquires a job in a renowned firm. Although Roark creates remarkable works, they go unnoticed or chided. His association with the fallen hero Henry Cameron doesn’t help him much either. Ellsworth Toohey owns a famous architecture column, whose writing pretty much has the power to make or break an architect’s life. Dominique, although attracted to Roark the very first time she sees him, accuses him of a rape after their brief sexual encounter. Gail Wynand is the editor-in-chief of the famous Banner. The lives of Keating, Wynand, Dominique and Roark become intertwined due to shocking twists and turns that Ayn weaves magically in this book, which was way ahead of its times. Grab a copy of The Fountainhead and treat yourself to one of the most riveting reads a novel could ever offer!

About Ayn Rand
Ayn Rand was a Russian-American writer, novelist, and philosopher who first came up with the philosophical system called Objectivism. She was born in Russia in 1905. She admitted to have started penning screenplays since she was eight years old, as she lacked any interest in going to school. She also started writing novels when she was only ten. When Rand was in high school she became a self-proclaimed atheist and asserted that she believed in the significance of reason more than anything else. After high school, she came back to Saint Petersburg, her birth place, and joined the Petrograd State University. She studied social pedagogy and history there. Ayn also studied at the State Technicum for Screen Arts in Leningrad for a year, after which she evolved her philosophy, Objectivism. She did so not only through her non-fiction writing, but also by giving lectures at several universities like Princeton, Yale, Harvard, Columbia, and MIT. She received an honorary doctorate from the Lewis
Title The Fountainhead
ISBN 9780451191151
Edition 1st Published, 1996
Number of Pages 720
Country India
Language English

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