I read The Fountainhead this summer and today I read Anthem. I received a copy of Atlas Shrugged for Christmas so this is next. I’m on winter break until the 18th so I’m giving myself that long. Annnnnn go. 2 years ago
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I was 16 when I read the FountainHead and 20 when I read Atlas shrugged. I want to see what difference of perpective has arisen with age ! 3 years ago
I’m a voracious reader, but I’ve never read anything that had a more positive and profound impact on my life than Ayn Rand’s books.
I highly recommend her work! 4 years ago
I finished Anthem a few weeks ago and found it to be a truly interesting and fairly amazing read. Right now, I’m about to start The Fountainhead after which I will probably read Atlas Shrugged. 4 years ago
I’ve read all of her books, and enjoyed every single one. Her style of writing never changes and sort of mimics in each book, but always te plot and story are different. Thinking from We the Living to Atlas Shrugged, her stories do change, and I love it. She’s my favorite :-) 4 years ago
if you read Anthem, Fountain Head and We the living you have a really good idea of what she’s about. Then read the philosophy sections “Objectivism” and “the virtue of Selfishness” to gain a greater understanding of the meaning behind it. You can go ahead and read the rest of her books, as I did, but I really felt that I was hearing the same story again and again. 6 years ago
Working on Anthem now. I read halfway through The Fountainhead but never finished it- so that’s next. 7 years ago