The Fountainhead: Page 100

I’ve been curious about Ayn Rand and her books for quite some time. Just by chance, two people last week mentioned her books again. I had some free time, so I picked up The Fountainhead.

I can’t even begin to describe what I think about the book. It’s good. Very good. The writing is great. It’s amusing in subtle ways, and it moves right along. Of course, how how many books from the 1940s are still being printed today? Not many, so it’s really no shock that the ones that are still in print are great. What is surprising is how well it stands the test of time — or, if you prefer, how little has changed in the last 60 years.