Ayn Rand (Overlook Illustrated Lives Series)

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9780715632697: Ayn Rand (Overlook Illustrated Lives Series)
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"'A beautifully designed new series... scores of pictures with crisply related biography and commentary... Look no further for the perfect literary stocking stuffer.' - Michael Dirda, Washington Post Book World"

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A vivid and concise biography packed with stunning, rarely seen photos of one of the 20th century's most popular and influential novelists - 'a writer of great power...a subtle and ingenious mind and the capacity of writing beautifully' (The New York Times) Ayn Rand made a profound impact as both a philosopher who founded a school of social thought, Objectivism, and as a novelist of penetrating insight and vision. Her novels are founded on heroic ideals, demonstrating her famous maxim (from which she drew the title of her most widely-known book) that, 'man's ego is the fountainhead of human progress.' The photos and illustrations in this volume have been hand-selected from the Ayn Rand Archives, and most have never been published. They include personal mementos of a Petersburg childhood, photos of the schools Rand attended, her family and their home on Nevsky prospect, from where she witnessed the first shots of the revolution in 1917; Rand's Soviet passport, photos from her exile in Berlin and her early years in America as an extra and then screenwriter in Hollywood; personal papers, including Rand's list of the twelve publishers who passed on The Fountainhead; original newspaper articles, first edition book jackets, film posters, notes, drawings, and many others.

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Descripción Gerald Duckworth Co Ltd, United Kingdom, 2004. Hardback. Estado de conservación: New. 180 x 128 mm. Language: N/A. Brand New Book. A vivid and concise biography packed with stunning, rarely seen photos of one of the 20th century s most popular and influential novelists - a writer of great power.a subtle and ingenious mind and the capacity of writing beautifully (The New York Times) Ayn Rand made a profound impact as both a philosopher who founded a school of social thought, Objectivism, and as a novelist of penetrating insight and vision. Her novels are founded on heroic ideals, demonstrating her famous maxim (from which she drew the title of her most widely-known book) that, man s ego is the fountainhead of human progress. The photos and illustrations in this volume have been hand-selected from the Ayn Rand Archives, and most have never been published. They include personal mementos of a Petersburg childhood, photos of the schools Rand attended, her family and their home on Nevsky prospect, from where she witnessed the first shots of the revolution in 1917; Rand s Soviet passport, photos from her exile in Berlin and her early years in America as an extra and then screenwriter in Hollywood; personal papers, including Rand s list of the twelve publishers who passed on The Fountainhead; original newspaper articles, first edition book jackets, film posters, notes, drawings, and many others. Nº de ref. de la librería AA79780715632697

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