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Rand Ayn : Anthem (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – 1 set 1961

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  • Copertina flessibile
  • Editore: Penguin Books Ltd (1 settembre 1961)
  • Collana: Signet
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • ISBN-10: 0451117123
  • ISBN-13: 978-0451117120
  • Peso di spedizione: 23 g
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Una lettura che consiglierei a tutti gli amanti della letteratura distopica. Senza voler fare anticipazioni, direi che una critica che si può fare a questo testo è di essere un romanzo a tesi. Tuttavia, rimane una lettura piacevole che può fornire qualche spunto di riflessione. La prosa di Ayn Rand è scorrevole.
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È un capolavoro di pensiero liberale nascosto in un libricino. Dovrebbe essere letto in tutte le scuole. Meglio di 1984 perché più idiretto.
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If you haven't heard about Ayn Rand, the author of "Atlas Shrugged" and "The Fountainhead", nor read any of her works, start with this tiny short novel. The story is set in an unprecised future, in which society is shred among cities ruled by communist-like governments: every form of egoism is strictly forbidden and free will is banished as well. The protagonist (Equality 7- 2521) writes a diary about his life and the events that led him to flee from the city in search of freedom. Even though the novel is just a prelude to Atlas Shrugged, it conveys the ideas that made Ayn Rand an important liberal philosopher and it has the great advantage of concision. Start with it, then I bet you will consider reading Atlas Shrugged too.
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4.0 su 5 stelle Individualism in "Anthem" 20 agosto 2016
Di Elizabeth L Morris - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Ayn Rand's thoroughly explains her philosophy regarding a collectivist society in the novel "Anthem". The reader clearly begins to picture what Rand would have thought or said about the role of individualism and ego in a given culture. Subtle things such as the use of "we" in place of "I', or having a number in place of a name demonstrate the carefully-planned collectivist world Ayn Rand has created. The lack of advanced technology and societal norms accurately show the flaws in a totalitarian regime. Yet nearing the end when Equality 7-2521 and Liberty 5-3000 discover a house in the forest from past societies and begin to read about egos, I feel as though she loses the point of individualism. Ayn Rand expresses through Equality 7-2521 the sanctity of the human ego and how it can withstand any detrimental society. However, ego is not the principle idea of individualism; it is about being self-reliant not self-admiring. He expressed individualistic ideals when he discovered light, questioned his society, and looked within himself for help, not when he planned a perfect race descending from himself. While Ayn Rand perfectly depicts a collectivist society based upon real experiences, her thoughts on individualism lose touch with its fundamental ideas.
5.0 su 5 stelle Powerful...Provocative...Prescient... 15 luglio 2016
Di Dr. Ellen K. Rudolph - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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This is vintage Ayn Rand -- a powerful, imaginative, futuristic tale of the driving force of EGO in the Self, and the lack of it. The story personifies the devastating impact of collectivism taken to Socialistic extremes; when nameless beings and all-powerful collectives occupy and control what was once a free state where individual liberty reigned.
But there is hope, for the intense [We-ness] that suffocates, it suffocates itself, too, in the end. And so long as there is still the germ of an "I" to sprout -- to question, to reason, to shatter and then reveal the awful truth of collectivism -- liberty will again shine brightly.

Rand sketches the mechanistic extreme of we-ness in order for us to grasp it fully, and I thank her for that.

This is a fabulous book for monthly book clubs to explore. It will surely provoke intense dialogue but perhaps also confusion for those heretofore clueless about the true meaning liberty vs. collectivism. There has never been a better time to sort out this vital interface.
5.0 su 5 stelle Read Ayn Rand before you dismiss her on the basis of the negative opinions of others 4 novembre 2016
Di kathryn stewart-mcdonald - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile Acquisto verificato
People who do not like Ayn Rand's works have never read her books. She is an excellent writer, all of her books were translated into many foreign languages. People who do not like Ayn Rand are those who are made uncomfortable by her portraits of characters. She describes the rabble behind the Russian Revolution with the primary purpose of their political support of communism being revenge on those who had more money by raiding their homes and occupying the estates . She examines the hypocrisy of their leadership as the movement of the great unwashed changed the world after the Russian Revolution. It reminds me of Appalachia today and the drug cultures power corrupting the political system. In Russia the precursors were also purely economic. In this work she extolls individuality and self determination.
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4.0 su 5 stelle A good investment of my time 10 febbraio 2015
Di E. I. HOOD - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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This is my first try at an Ayn Rand book. I am not sure why I was never assigned this author while I was in high school. Because of what others TOLD me I decided to avoid her tomes.

This short parable was part of my challenge to myself to read Outside my comfort zone. I am glad I did.

I started and finished the book in one short evening. The author's use of names and plural referrals was taxing for a short time. I then got in the groove and could speed past those potholes.

The problem with allegory and parables is that they have hidden meanings espoused by the author. One is not always sure when the story is finished if the true meaning has been exposed. In reading other reviews I see that there are many different understandings of what this author was trying to say. I will think on this for a while before I make my judgment. It may be that I will have to read it again..

I am glad I found this book. It has made me think .
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5.0 su 5 stelle True "Anthem" to the Individual 14 giugno 2016
Di MissPrajna - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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I had not read Anthem in twenty five years. Reading it again was a wonderful experience! With the recent wave of dystopian, futuristic novels, Anthem came to my mind and I wished so badly I had not parted with my copy years ago. I was thrilled this edition was available. This is a coming of age story for any age and is perhaps more appropriate now than when it was written. This is a must read for any lover of freedom and a true "anthem" to the individual. I cannot recommend it highly enough.

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