The Classic Novel of Individualism
In a world where all independence and individuality have been wiped out, and every one is allowed to live only for others, the word "I" has been forgotten – replaced with "we." Forgotten too are art, science, invention and achievement. Then in this grey, joyless world, one rebel, risking death, rediscovers the forgotten word – and with it, his own individuality. Anthem has been called "the most lyrical" of Ayn Rand's novels by her biographer Barbara Branden. "It has the beauty and cadence of a prose poem." If you have never discovered Ayn Rand's work, you owe it to yourself to read this astonishing novel.
56 pages; ISBN 9781588733641
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Author: Ayn Rand; Jean Marie Stine