The passion of Ayn Rand

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Doubleday, May 20, 1986 - Biography & Autobiography - 442 pages
24 Reviews
Based on interviews with Rand and discussions with those close to her, this biography describes her life from her youth in Russia, to her stint in Hollywood as a screenwriter, and through her marriage, the publication of her novels, and the evolution of h

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User Review  - Netherto - LibraryThing

I first read an Ayn Rand book during my sophomore year in high school (Fountainhead, if anyone cares). Though my New Relationship Energy with her ideas faded away many decades ago, I continue to find ... Read full review

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User Review  - Don - Goodreads

A good biography of Ayn Rand, which you wouldn't expect because Rand had an affair with the author's husband. It is sympathetic to Rand without being a hagiography. Rand's faults are brought to light ... Read full review

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