The Autobiography of an Idea

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Press of the American institute of architects, Incorporated, 1924 - Architects - 321 pages
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User Review  - Paul Skinner - Goodreads

Poorly written, third person? I skimmed through, just couldn't force myself to read it, the horror. Although a very influential architect, not a writer. I can't believe I bought this book. Read that he had some influence over Ayn Rand, so if you like her, you might be able to stomach this one. Read full review

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User Review  - Eve - Goodreads

Despite my high rating, I'm not at all surprised to see a lot of people who disagree. In many ways it's an odd and bewildering book: an autobiography told in the third person, full of purple prose ... Read full review

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