Fountainhead – Book Review with Janvi and Priyanka

11.30 AM - 01.30 PM

Cafe Skryf- Read. Play. Eat
F 1 Prasad Tower Near Nehrunagar Cross Roads,, Ahmedabad, India 380015

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2019-06-09 11:30:00 2019-06-09 13:30:00 Asia/Kolkata Fountainhead - Book Review with Janvi and Priyanka

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Fountainhead is a rare book which has lived the test of time. Published in 1943, the book is written by Ayn Rand, it addresses individual fighting for survival in a society that refuses to accept him. The integral theme of the book is the struggle of the free mind, creativeness and individualism against the common opinion, second-handers, people who think only about what other people think.

You meet Howard, an excellent and ingenious architect who wants to design buildings that reflect novelty: architecture as it should be and not as it has been. His fellow architects, however, believe in copying the existing designs. They shun anyone who challenges the old or the stereotype and; therefore, do everything in their reach to destroy Howard. Howard, ruled by a relentless passion for his vocation, his conviction and adamancy, stands alone against the entire gang and lives through the fight between Collectivism and Objectivism. Which ideology/philosophy wins, in the end, is something that the reader follows in this novel.

Let’s come together in the book review session to discuss various aspects of the book, its characterization, writing style, limitations, central plot of the theme, its relatability in the current times and more.

Buy or borrow the book, read it and be a part of the discussion on June 9. Happy reading!

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Cafe Skryf- Read. Play. Eat
F 1 Prasad Tower Near Nehrunagar Cross Roads,, Ahmedabad, India 380015

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‘Book’ your date!

Fountainhead is a rare book which has lived the test of time. Published in 1943, the book is written by Ayn Rand, it addresses individual fighting for survival in a society that refuses to accept him. The integral theme of the book is the struggle of the free mind, creativeness and individualism against the common opinion, second-handers, people who think only about what other people think.

You meet Howard, an excellent and ingenious architect who wants to design buildings that reflect novelty: architecture as it should be and not as it has been. His fellow architects, however, believe in copying the existing designs. They shun anyone who challenges the old or the stereotype and; therefore, do everything in their reach to destroy Howard. Howard, ruled by a relentless passion for his vocation, his conviction and adamancy, stands alone against the entire gang and lives through the fight between Collectivism and Objectivism. Which ideology/philosophy wins, in the end, is something that the reader follows in this novel.

Let’s come together in the book review session to discuss various aspects of the book, its characterization, writing style, limitations, central plot of the theme, its relatability in the current times and more.

Buy or borrow the book, read it and be a part of the discussion on June 9. Happy reading!

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