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  • Added By: nosferatulive
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Date of first publication: 1938
  • Number of pages: ~ 45
  • Amazon Rating ~ 4.4 out of 5

The story “Anthem” by Ayn Rand is a socio-political anti-utopia. This is a criticism of a totalitarian society that suppresses creativity and human feelings. In this barbaric society, no one has personal names: there is "we", but there is no "I", no one has the right to think, create and choose their life path. The main character discovers electricity and offers to use the forces of nature for the benefit of mankind. But people who are used to living in primitive fear do not believe in the power of reason. The hero has to build his own world, realize himself as an individual, and learn to say “I”.
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