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Anthem: 50th Anniversary Edition

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 28,799 Ratings and 3,294 Reviews

Book Description
In a dark future where love, science, and civilization have become a thing of the past, a daring man resists acclimation into an individual-free society and pursues knowledge and a special woman, acts that mark him for death. Reprint.
Book Information
PublisherSignet
BindingMass Market Paperback (148 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages256
ISBN-100451185323
ISBN-13978-0451185327
Publication Date08/01/1995
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About Ayn Rand (Author) : Ayn Rand is a published author of young adult books. Some of the published credits of Ayn Rand include The Fountainhead (Unabridged).
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About Leonard Peikoff (Contributor, Introduction) : Leonard Peikoff is a published author. A published credit of Leonard Peikoff is The Fountainhead.
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2/15/2018 James Roberts said:
It's a great book! Another cool anti-utopia, like "Fahrenheit 451" and "1984". The book tells about the life of people living in a society where there are no names, private property. In society there was a great regress, humanity forgot about many achievements of science, culture, etc. But from time... more

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