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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User Review  - Cleveland Williams - Goodreads

I loved the book because it tore down my completely uncritical fanboy love of Rand, to be replaced by a much more realistic and deeper appreciation of Rand, who contrary to popular belief was a human being. Read full review

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User Review  - Renea Boren - Goodreads

Ayn Rand books changed my thoughts in every aspect of my life. Ayn lets you know that it's ok to to be selfish with your own original thoughts and ideas. Our government wants you to think that they ... Read full review

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