Ayn Rand’s famous 1957 classic, Atlas Shrugged, has become more widely read and influential with
each passing year, thanks in part to its brilliant dramatization of Rand’s
Objectivist philosophy and its celebration of self-reliance, integrity, rationality,
and productive effort.
Like any great work of literature, however, Atlas Shrugged can be intimidating. Even
those who have read and re-read it may feel they have not fully appreciated its
vision of life. For the neophyte and the longtime admirer alike, The World of Atlas Shrugged provides
essential context, brilliant commentary, and authoritative insight into the
novel’s literary purpose and structure.
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