Atlas Shrugged is a 1957 novel by Ayn Rand. Rand's .... Robert James Bidinotto
noted, "the titles of the parts and chapters suggest multiple layers of meaning.
Jun 30, 2010 ... There are dozens of themes in Atlas Shrugged, these articles talk about ... and
the titles typically suggest multiple layers of meaning and implication. ... cause
and that Ayn Rand poses a provocative philosophical remedy for ...
Jun 26, 2010 ... The Capitalist Ideal: The Moral Vision of Atlas Shrugged ... who ultimately left
Russia for America and became the writer we know as Ayn Rand . ... And the
meaning of these events is put into words, in speeches by various ...
is the longest and last novel by Ayn Rand
. The theme (according to Rand
) is: "the role of man's mind in existence". Published in 1957, it's a dystopian novel, centering around Dagny Taggart. More »
The story of Atlas Shrugged takes place in the United States at an ... Ayn Rand
Biography · Critical Essays · The Role of the Mind in Human Life in Atlas ...
Nobody knows the origin or exact meaning of the question "Who is John Galt?,"
Description and explanation of the major themes of Atlas Shrugged. This
accessible literary ... Atlas Shrugged. Ayn Rand. ←. Themes, Motifs & Symbols.
Don't really know why Atlas Shrugged is titled Atlas Shrugged? ... by Ayn Rand ...
Which brings new, literal (and painful) meaning to the phrase "the weight of the ...
Atlas Shrugged is a dramatization of Rand's unique vision of existence and man's
highest potential. Twelve years in the writing, it is her masterwork.
A discussion of Ayn Rand's ethics of egoism in contrast to various forms of
altruism. ... It is a comprehensive philosophy, which, after writing Atlas Shrugged,
Rand .... the actual meaning of altruism, in the minds of most people, is quite