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Ayn Rand: A Sense of Life : The Companion Book

de Michael Paxton

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From the ravaged streets of Russia to the hard-luck streets of Hollywood, we see how Ayn Rand -- the author of Atlas Shrugged and The Fountainhead, as well as the philosophy of Objectivism -- worked her way up from a poor immigrant girl to a working screenwriter for Cecil B. De Mille, and from a wardrobe girl at RKO to a world-famous author and philosopher. In the documentary Ayn Rand: A Sense Of Life, one can watch Ayn Rand's life unfold in images, dialogue, and music. In this companion book, many of the photographs from Miss Rand's collection are reproduced, along with the entire script from the film. This includes the narration, written by Michael Paxton, and all the interview segments (with Ayn Rand, Leonard Peikoff, Mike Wallace, Phil Donahue, and others) that appear throughout the film. With this book, one can cherish the striking photographs, animation drawings, and the actual film script for many years to come, and experience, through page after page, a life more compelling than fiction. One of the most controversial thinkers of the twentieth century, Rand attained a worldwide fame and a readership numbering in the millions. Today her books still sell over 300,000 copies each year.… (més)
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From the ravaged streets of Russia to the hard-luck streets of Hollywood, we see how Ayn Rand -- the author of Atlas Shrugged and The Fountainhead, as well as the philosophy of Objectivism -- worked her way up from a poor immigrant girl to a working screenwriter for Cecil B. De Mille, and from a wardrobe girl at RKO to a world-famous author and philosopher. In the documentary Ayn Rand: A Sense Of Life, one can watch Ayn Rand's life unfold in images, dialogue, and music. In this companion book, many of the photographs from Miss Rand's collection are reproduced, along with the entire script from the film. This includes the narration, written by Michael Paxton, and all the interview segments (with Ayn Rand, Leonard Peikoff, Mike Wallace, Phil Donahue, and others) that appear throughout the film. With this book, one can cherish the striking photographs, animation drawings, and the actual film script for many years to come, and experience, through page after page, a life more compelling than fiction. One of the most controversial thinkers of the twentieth century, Rand attained a worldwide fame and a readership numbering in the millions. Today her books still sell over 300,000 copies each year.

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