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FOUNTAINHEAD REFERENCE GUIDE A TO Z (Full Version)

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About the Book This Reference Guide takes the form of a Fountainhead Encyclopedia with several independent sections: a complete character dictionary; a dictionary of relationships between characters; a lexicon of the book’s buildings and media
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   1   2 The Fountainhead Reference Guide: A to Z Contents   3 Sections   Introduction...........................................................................................................(4-5) Call to Objectivist Intellectuals / Request For Editing / Explanation of My Next Book......................................................................................................................(6-7) How to Use This Reference Guide...........................................................................(8)  Note on The    Fountainhead   Edition Used For This Reference Guide......................(9)  Note on Tables.......................................................................................................(10)  Note on Index.........................................................................................................(11)  Note on Footnotes..................................................................................................(12) Pictures of My  Fountainhead   Book (3)............................................................(13-16) Analytical Sections (86)....................................................................................(17-21) Major Characters (28).....................................................................................(22-752) Minor Characters (124).................................................................................(753-853) Buildings (37)...............................................................................................(854-873) Journalism (9)...............................................................................................(874-894) Groups of People (20)...................................................................................(895-911) Chronology...................................................................................................(912-920) Sundry Concepts (6).....................................................................................(921-923) Symbols (27).................................................................................................(924-941)   4 Places (6).......................................................................................................(942-945) Architectural Words......................................................................................(946-948) Outroduction.................................................................................................(949-953) Table of Ayn Rand’s Fiction  (9) & Non-Fiction (14)...................................(954-956) Objectivist Intellectuals Spreadsheet (58)....................................................(957-969) Index............................................................................................................. (???-???) Introduction Since this  Reference Guide  organizes  most of The  Fountainhead’s  facts by major character, minor character, journalism, chronology, buildings, symbols, places, and more, it will help   5 students   link their theories about the book to the book’s particulars . So pupils write precise papers about the novel’s exact happenings not floating treaties that abstract away from the novel ’s concretes. Accordingly, this  Reference Guide  focuses on   the book’s who’s, what’s, when’s, where’s, and why’s . So it can help all people, whether they are objectivists or not, connect their theories on the novel to the book  ’ s empirical evidence. To the book’s exact data-points. So high-school students writing papers for their teachers, undergraduate bachelors writing essays for their instructors, graduate students writing theses for their professors, doctoral candidates writing dissertations for their mentors, and independent scholars writing books for the general public can write accurate critiques about The Fountainhead from a precise point-of-view. So learners not only induce from the  book’s    particulars the book’s   universals but also so they can understand the novel according to how Ayn Rand conceived it and how Objectivist Intellectuals critique it. That said, this  Reference Guide  is not simply a verbatim organization of The  Fountainhead  ’s facts in Ayn Rand’s own words. It  also analyzes scenes from the book, symbols from the book, narrative techniques used in the book, as well as its’   characters ’  thoughts, motives, actions, and emotions in my own words. Thus, even though 10 % of this  Reference Guide is my own unique analysis  –   while 90 % of it is a neutral presentation of the novel’s   facts  –   scholars may still be refreshed by it not only because it offers comprehensive data about The    Fountainhead organized in an easily understandable format but also because my analysis is not simply objectivist  –   or non-objectivist  –   boilerplate. It is my own  sui generis  views 1 . Additionally, people may also find this  Reference Guide   helpful since it tables Ayn Rand’s fiction and non-fiction according to title, publisher, division, imprint, location, edition, and reprint. Ergo, pupils who wish to understand Ayn Rand’s scope of ideological production can see her intellectual output illustrated in one place. Moreover, students can also use this  Reference Guide  to direct themselves to the books, lectures, and articles of 58 Objectivist Intellectuals on topics such as teaching values in the classroom, study methods and motivations, the self-made scholar, and more. They can do this via an Objectivist Intellectuals  spreadsheet placed at the back of this book that guides understudies to Andr  ew Bernstein’s Cliff Notes , for instance, or Robert Mayhew’s  Essays , for example, as well as the essays, presentations, and books of other Objectivist Intellectuals as well, which together synopsize The Fountainhead  ; summarize its four parts; analyze its’ 15 main characters; and offer essays on topics such as how the novel inspires a spirit of youth, how people are to understand the rape scene, how humor is used in the book, and more. In sum, this  Reference Guide  is not only useful because it directs pupils to learn how Ayn Rand’s philosophy can benefit them pedagogically but it is also useful because it guides pupils to understand how her philosophy applies to issues such as justice, free-will, happiness, and goodwill. 1   This book’s analysis may   be used in my forthcoming Fountainhead     Analyzed  1   essay book. A manifesto that will critique The   Fountainhead   from a text-based line of reasoning  –  not a context-based method of argumentation  –  by analyzing   what happens inside of the book not by analyzing what others (besides Objectivist Intellectuals) think about the book. For though I will verify that my Fountainhead   analysis is correct by consulting the ideas of Objectivist Philosophers, the primary source I will use to understand The Fountainhead   is The Fountainhead itself. Because even though the ideas of objectivist intellectuals will ensure the accuracy of my own ideas about the novel — since what they write about The Fountainhead   makes rational sense — the best source to understand The Fountainhead is The   Fountainhead   itself.
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