The passion of Ayn Rand

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Doubleday, May 20, 1986 - Biography & Autobiography - 442 pages
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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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A terrific biography of Ayn Rand by a former insider of her group. Read full review

Review: The Passion of Ayn Rand

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Still the best biography "re-creat[ing] the unique and complex woman who was Ayn Rand and "demonstrat[ing] the essential beneficence of her intellectual legacy," as I characterize the book at the end ... Read full review

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