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Publisher's Summary

Published together for the first time are three of Ayn Rand's compelling stage plays. The courtroom drama Night of January 16th, a 1935 Broadway success famous for leaving the verdict to the audience, is presented here in its definitive, final revised text - a superb dramatization of Rand's vision of human strengths and weaknesses.

Also included are two of Rand's unproduced plays: Think Twice, a clever philosophical murder mystery, and Ideal, a bitter indictment of people's willingness to betray their highest values, as symbolized by a Hollywood goddess suspected of a crime and fleeing the authorities.

©1984 Leonard Peikoff, Paul Gitlin, Eugene Winick, Executors of the Estate of Ayn Rand; (P)2009 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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Very entertaining.

Would you listen to Three Plays again? Why?

I would listen to it again as it is the type of book you can listen to again and pick up something different.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Three Plays?

The narration was excellent.

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Great Find

After reading her more famous works, I started searching for additional writings as many fans of Ayn Rand often do. Finding these plays was like uncovering a treasure. Though they can be difficult to listen to, the narration is very good and the content is excellent.

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  • 07-14-15

The most brilliant plays I have ever experienced

Genius harmony of philosophy, romance and drama expertly narrated. Sometimes solemn but ultimately triumphant narratives.