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Atlas Shrugged in Marathi
Published on : Thursday, January 20, 2011
"When the idea of translating Atlas Shrugged occurred to me, I was overtaken by awe. The prospect of finding the words that matched Ayn Rand’s powers of expression, conveying the philosophy clearly, and bringing alive the drama in her novel in Marathi was quite challenging. Most importantly, I wanted to be true to the meaning and sense of the text." Mugdha Karnik recounts her thoughts and experiences while undertaking this task of translating Ayn Rand's masterpiece.
'Atlas Shrugged,' the Movie
Published on : Thursday, July 22, 2010
It is very likely that Ayn Rand fans will get to see a movie version of Atlas shrugged, her masterpiece. Several big shots in the movie industry wanted to act and work on the movie. But, the final version put togethor by the inexperienced, might not be up to the standard. However, Ayn Rand followers are devouring anything related to her with a fanatical zeal, writes Shanu A.
Ayn Rand: Far from perfect
Published on : Sunday, July 4, 2010
Ayn Rand, according Anne C Hellers biography, used to begin conversations with the question “what are your premises?” Ayn Rand represents the world of 20th Century big business to many. The world is imperfect and Rand went through much pain when she got bad reviews and her works were misunderstood, writes Nistula Hebbar in The Financial Express.
Reason is All
Published on : Saturday, July 3, 2010
A new biography of Ayn Rand by Anne C Heller takes us closer to one of the more complex literary personalities of the last century. Ayn Rand's fiction works and characters have a lasting appeal and her philosophy has influenced many, especially right wingers. Heller's biography is interesting and points out many interesting details about Ayn Rand, writes Sudha G Tilak in Open Magazine.
Plug the damn hole!
Published on : Thursday, May 27, 2010
The American president Obama, enraged by the oil leak, ordered to plug the hole.This is the same old tactic of politicians. But, creative minds don't take orders. This issue reminds us of Kip Chalmers issuing demands in the Atlas Shrugged, writes Tom Bowden in The Voices Of Reason.
Ayn Rand's Philosophy Has Changed The Way I Think
Published on : Tuesday, January 12, 2010
Ayn Rand's philosophy has affected the way I think about everything. It is the almost startling and refreshing style of stating the truth that caught me. I have tried to imbibe precisely that. Another thing that Rand taught me was to question. Everything! I am not afraid of that anymore, says Nishaad Rao.
Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged and the Obama Economy
Published on : Friday, January 8, 2010
The book is one of the most revered and hated texts of all time. Lovers of the book cite her belief in individualism and self-sufficiency. Detractors claim it was written out of hate and that its story line was unrealistic. Today though, many people see the book coming to life before us, writes Jim Beach in The Entrepreneur School Blog.
Avatar: The Atlas Shrugged Of The Left
Published on : Thursday, January 7, 2010
Rand's novel has long been considered to be essential reading for American individualists and advocates of free markets. The American left on the other hand has not had a work of fiction that definitively embodies their worldview. Avatar might just fill that void, writes Nick Rizzuto.
Atlas Shrugged Essay Contest 2009, Prizes worth $ 25,000
Published on : Thursday, September 17, 2009
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The Meaning of Money by Ayn Rand
Published on : Monday, June 1, 2009
This is an excerpt from 'Atlas Shrugged' by Ayn Rand, published in 1957. Francisco d'Anconia, an industrialist, and on the heroes in this classic novel, explains that man's productivity and his desire to trade and exchange voluntarily among free men, are what make money truly valuable. It exposes the fallcies underlying the belief among many that money is the root of all evil.

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