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Objectively analyzing Rand

Howard Roark was an idiot.

He represented himself in a court of law, fulfilling the old proverb, “A man who represents himself in a court of law has a fool for a client.” 1,219 more words

Book 230: The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand

Finished reading on May 7 th, 2017

Rating: 8/10

I feel like I’ve been slogging through “The Fountainhead” forever. I approached it with curiosity and excitement as I had rather liked “ 892 more words

Book Review

AB de Villiers : The Howard Roark of Cricketing Fraternity

And then he laughed.

Howard Roark, the protagonist of Ayn Rand’s famous novel The Fountainhead, is a brilliant architect of the modern school, whose bold and innovative designs are a matter of fascination for the larger segments of society; draws uncanny resemblances with AB DeVilliers in many ways. 481 more words

Cricket

For random thoughts of mine, please skip to the end (if you really care).

For summary in Vietnamese, please find the link below for your ease of reference.

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Specific Writing

Howard Roark & The Collective


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Jon Rappoport
April 4, 2017

Why go to fiction to learn about power?

Because in art we can see our visions. We can see ideals and archetypes. 1,205 more words

News

Music and Art Monday April 3rd, 2017

No new music and no new art, but I do have a book recommendation.

I just finished reading The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand. It took me forever to finish because I got bored with it one third of the way through and quit reading it. 309 more words

Music And Art Monday

Peggy Noonan Needs A Hug....

Peggy Noonan is the dotty, slightly out-of-touch grandma of the Wall Street Journal editorial page. She shows up on the Sunday morning chat shows, her voice soft and breathy, a little sing-songy, offering conservatives a lap to climb up on, while she coos gauzy, comforting platitudes. 958 more words