The Fountainhead
Rand, Ayn

Indianapolis and New York: Bobbs-Merrill, 1943. 753 pages; Ayn Rand pseud of Alissa Rosenbaum (1905-1982), Russian-born naturalized American writer and philosopher, The Fountainhead "...the novel that would make her name...Her novels cannot be separated from her philosophy, which admits no middle ground. It is virtually impossible to be objective about objectivism. Thus Rand is destined to be one of the most controversial writers--and thinkers--of her time." (James T. Baker in the ANB); no other printing stated on copyright page; old booksellers' ticket of Hudson's Bookshop Detroit on back endpaper; an early printing, with 3 reviews & author portrait on back panel, $ 3.00 price on inner flap, no other printing indicated on copyright page; polished blue cloth with gilt cover & spine titles; dustjacket edgewear, darkening, chipped, rubbed, closed tears; first leaves with old shallow 'push' marks on paper; volume and dustjacket in about good condition, okay in a protective cover.. Good Hardcover (Item ID: 21253)

$250.00

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