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The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand

Hello all,

I hope you enjoyed my most recent blog post about TFIOS. Today I wanted to take you back to my September/October reading. In those two months, I read the Fountainhead by Ayn Rand. 1,029 more words

THE FOUNTAINHEAD, by Ayn Rand

(Pages 443-475 of 695)

Nurture the true gifts. Admire what is worthy of being admired. Don’t try to bring everyone down to the level of mediocrity and call it great. 40 more words

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And They Call it Growth

Rolling out these blog posts like a boss! Well sorta, at least for me anyways. Anyway, you might recall (or might not, that’s coo too) that I mentioned that while I was still existing within the age of 24 I wanted to re-read a book I read at 14 that had changed my perspective on various things in life. 1,324 more words

THE FOUNTAINHEAD, by Ayn Rand

(Pages 400-443 of 695)

I think that in a way, Wynand tried to accomplish with his Banner the same thing that Dominique tried to accomplish by marrying Peter Keating. 66 more words

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THE FOUNTAINHEAD, by Ayn Rand

(Pages 159-400 of 695)

It is so important to think for yourself and not let other people’s opinions determine how you think. The fear of man brings a snare… 90 more words

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INTEGRITY & HAPPY ENDINGS

Ayn Rand – The Fountainhead (the movie)

Within architecture, the movie of Ayn Rand’s book ‘The Fountainhead’ seems to put forward the two only possible examples of the figure of the architect. 197 more words

Architecture

Philip Scott Wikel – "Selling Books" Author Interview, Ticket To Ride

Philip Scott Wikel – Author Interview

Written by Cathy B Stucker in Author Interviews

Where are you from?I’m originally from Goshen, NY, a small town upstate in Orange County. 2,848 more words

Ticket To Ride