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Anthem (novel)

Anthem (1938) is a science-fiction novella by Ayn Rand.

Anthem is a look into the future results of the socioeconomic[?] trends of the beginning of the 20th century -- a distant future-world where mankind has entered another dark age. This is a dark age of the ego, as well as one of technology. It describes a dark age born from mankind choosing social values of equality and brotherhood as replacements for the productive values of achivement and individuality.

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  • Book outline (http://www.ayn-rand.com/ayn-rand-anthem.asp)



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