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Anthem - Ayn Rand - Ayn Rand's searing portrait of a dystopian future in which all ego has been erased In a world where science and learning are banned and the simple utterance of the Unspeakable Word, I, is punishable by death, a man named Equality 7-2521 struggles with his unquenchable desire to investigate, to think, to know. His instincts are a "curse" that threatens to bring him to the attention of a government dedicated to the elimination of the self.But Equality 7-2521 cannot ignore his true nature, just as he cannot ignore the fruits of his curiosity: the discovery of the mysterious "power of the sky." His great awakening—in heart, mind, and soul—represents the inevitable triumph of the individual over the collective.A riveting, thought-provoking parable based on the author's experience of life in a socialist state, Anthem serves as an invaluable introduction to Ayn Rand, her fiction, and her philosophy.

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APA 6 Citation
Rand, A. (2022). Anthem (1st ed.). tredition. Retrieved from (Original work published 2022)
Chicago Citation
Rand, Ayn. (2022) 2022. Anthem. 1st ed. tredition.
Harvard Citation
Rand, A. (2022) Anthem. 1st edn. tredition. Available at: (Accessed: 26 March 2023).
MLA 7 Citation
Rand, Ayn. Anthem. 1st ed. tredition, 2022. Web. 26 Mar. 2023.