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The Romantic Manifesto: A Philosophy of Literature

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Genre Science, Education

Year 2012

Language English

Volume book: Full version

In this searching and courageous work, Ayn Rand cuts through the haze of sentimentality and vague thinking that surrounds the subject of art. For the first time a precise definition is given to art, and a careful analysis made of its nature. With the uncompromising honesty Ayn Rand’s millions of readers have come to expect, the author presents a devastating case against both naturalistic and abstract art—and explains the force that drives her to write, and the goals she strives to attain. takes its place as a keystone book in the towering intellectual edifice raised by one of the most remarkable writers and thinkers of our age.

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