“It is a sin to write this. It is a sin to think words no others think and to put them down upon a paper no others are to see. It is base and evil.” Deep issues of conscience are explored in Ayn Rand’s dystopian tale of a man who dares to fight against a system that invades his very mind and identity.
Public Domain (P)2009 B.J. Harrison
I love this story alot, the narrator did a great job with it and his voice was better than any other that i found and was the cheapest of all of them. Feel like everyone needs too read this at least once.
Anthem is a good starting point for Ayn Rand's novels.
Dip your does into Objectivism with Anthem to see if you agree with her preachings.
It is short enough to tolerate if it does not sit well with you but will leave you wanting more if it does, especially with Anthem's strong ending.
did not think we would like this book. but I did. I see. weakness in fear and. giving up of oneself to a society of mediocrity. for the sake of control through forced and train adherence.
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