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pdf ↠ Anthem author Ayn Rand ¼ Ayn Rand Anthem has long been hailed as one of Ayn Rand's classic novels and a clear predecessor to her later masterpieces The Fountainhead and Atlas Shrugged In Anthem Rand examines a frightening future in which individuals have no name no independence and no values Euality 7 2521 lives in the dark ages of the The book is about human identity and freedom and how one can degrade under the chains of collectivismA lot of reviews on this book which are posted on this site use the word “futuristic” events I intentionally put the uotes around this word as I tend to totally disagree with the choice of this word I used to live under socialist regime a collectivistic society So I can relate and completely understand the events described in the book where the word “I” doesn’t exist when it is a shame to stand out and be different from the rest However you don’t need to come from the socialist country to understand that this is about NOW and not the future We face this “phenomenon” again I am using the uotes to underline that this actually is a normal event that we face every day when we need to struggle to form our own opinions to think this is white when everyone else thinks this is black We struggle to stand up and not to get under the influence of the media propaganda and continue to act with the high integrity and high morals no matter whatThis book is about the man who stands out on his own and is not afraid to position himself against everyone else just to rediscover his “I”My favorite uotesMy handsMy spiritMy skyMy forest I wished to know the meaning of things I am the meaning Many words have been granted mebut only three are holy I will it I am a man This miracle of me is mine to own and keep and mine to guard and mine to use and mine to kneel before “ I am neither foe nor friend to my brothers but such as each of them shall deserve of me And to earn my love my brothers must do than to have been born I do not grant my love without reason nor to any chance passer by who may wish to claim it I honor men with my love But honor is a thing to be earned And now I see the face of god This god this one word 'I' man will go on Man not men I am I think I will

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read doc Ù Anthem author Ayn Rand ☆ Paperback ´ Anthem has long been hailed as one of Ayn Rand's classic novels and a clear predecessor to her later masterpieces The Fountainhead and Atlas Shrugged In Anthem Rand examines a frightening future in which individuals have no name no independence and no values Euality 7 2521 l Ian world Euality 7 2521 dares to stand apart from the herd to think and choose for himself to discover electricity and to love the woman of his choice Now he has been marked for death for committing the ultimate sin In a world where the great we reign supreme he has rediscovered the lost and holy word Neither a science fiction masterpiece nor a futuristic predicament ANTHEM is a personal reaction to the collectivist system dominant in Soviet Union and its modernized colonies for than seven decades Assumed too much reactionary by leftist intellectuals for rather a long time it depicts the apocalyptic chaos in a world ruled by collectivist thoughts in the same way that Orwell’s 1984 builds it for instance you can think of a world after a nuclear crisis and then come to the meaning of nothingness But forgetting all about suspense and action it defines what it means to forget individuals for the sake of a system Discovering the word “I” when every ruler in any part of the world assumes all the individuals his own nation and labels them with the word “we” appears to be a necessity – a necessity for preventing a disaster like a great world warNeedless to say that Rand is haunted by the symbols in a simple narrative in ANTHEM; but reading it as an enlightening manifestation – obviously written with hostility contempt and anger – paves the way to get familiar with her invaluable reflections on the modern world

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Anthem author Ayn RaFuture where all decisions are made by committee all people live in collectives and all traces of individualism have been wiped out Despite such a restrictive environment the spark of individual thought and freedom still burns in him a passion which he has been taught to call sinful In a purely egalitar The baby version of Ayn Rand philosophy heavy handed unimaginative and unfortunately assigned to my son for high school reading I struggle with Ayn Rand because I agree with some of her points and I vehemently disagree with others The point is that bad things happen when the left or the right gain too much control because we always seem to end up in the same place with the government oppressing individual freedoms It is really stunning to think of the millions of copies of this book that have been sold I would say skip it but if your child is assigned to read it please do read it I'm a firm believer that parents should read any book their child is assigned in school to read