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The Fountainhead [Paperback]

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Howard Roark, the hero of Ayn Rand’s The Fountainhead, is the best architect in the world, at least he thinks he is. Despite being expelled from college and deemed unhireable by the major firms, he refuses to compromise his vision. He wants to design buildings his way or not at all. Due to that resolve, he quickly finds himself working in a stone quarry.

While Roark’s determination is punished, his college classmate’s compliance is rewarded. Peter Keating is the rising star in the architecture community. He works at the most prestigious firm Francon & Hoyer and has his eyes set on Dominique Francon, the daughter of the firm’s copartner. Dominique is otherwise interested though, taken by the mysterious man who works in the quarry.

The Fountainhead is the tale of these two young architects and the world being built around them. As they struggle to establish their careers, Elsworth Toohey, columnist and Dominique’s co-worker at the New York Banner, attempts to tell them how and why they should design their houses and skyscrapers. In Ayn Rand’s The Fountainhead, a fight for clients and recognition outlines a battle over what defines a man’s soul.

Page count: 752 pages