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  • New York City (category Cities in the United States)
    would like to throw myself into space, over the city, and protect these buildings with my body. Ayn Rand, The Fountainhead (1943). Living in California
    40 KB (5,274 words) - 23:44, 15 April 2016
  • know it--the total passion for the total height--you're incapable of anything less." Gail Wynand, speaking to Dominique Keating in Ayn Rand's The Fountainhead
    541 KB (73,861 words) - 14:24, 27 May 2016
  • shrines—you’ll frighten men. Enshrine mediocrity—and the shrines are razed. Ayn Rand, Ellsworth Toohey in The Fountainhead (1996), p. 636 Never were abilities
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  • or walk alone when we so desire. Ayn Rand, Anthem (1937). Real friends are those who, when you've made a fool of yourself, don't feel that you've done
    79 KB (11,219 words) - 22:50, 19 May 2016
  • the result and reward of production. Ayn Rand, as quoted in The Ayn Rand Letter. I can say, not as a patriotic bromide, but with full knowledge of the
    464 KB (60,634 words) - 15:56, 28 May 2016
  • The Fountainhead (1943) is a novel by Ayn Rand about an idealistic young architect who chooses to struggle in obscurity rather than compromise his artistic
    46 KB (8,272 words) - 22:37, 29 November 2015
  • hands when we wish, or walk alone when we so desire. Ayn Rand, Anthem (1937). While the rest of the western world followed an historic trajectory dedicated
    160 KB (21,855 words) - 19:54, 29 May 2016
  • Nevil Shute We do not hold the belief that this earth is a realm of misery where man is doomed to destruction. Ayn Rand, in Atlas Shrugged (1957), Part
    40 KB (5,601 words) - 16:54, 7 April 2016
  • Thomas Jefferson (category Founding Fathers of the United States of America)
    conflation of Jefferson's "chains of the Constitution" comment with Ayn Rand's statement in her essay, Man's Rights: "There are two potential violators of man’s
    280 KB (40,014 words) - 19:08, 29 May 2016
  • had stolen the fire of the gods. Adam was condemned to suffer—because he had eaten the fruit of the tree of knowledge. Ayn Rand in Ayn Rand Novel Collection
    36 KB (4,281 words) - 14:56, 24 April 2016
  • then I read this: Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand. I read every last word of its garbage, and because of this piece of shit, I'm never reading again. Stan/Kyle:
    30 KB (74,652 words) - 03:17, 19 December 2015
  • McNamara. Joel: And Ayn Rand! [As Kay sends her application letter.] Narrator: She got a real thrill out of dropping that letter in the box. Crow: (chuckles
    626 KB (80,343 words) - 18:31, 20 May 2016