Ayn Rand Fiction

Ayn Rand’s Anthem

Now an exciting new audio recording!

Anthem by Ayn RandA work of haunting lyrical beauty, Anthem is Ayn Rand’s timeless story of the triumph of the individual spirit. First published in 1938—and often compared with George Orwell’s 1984 and Aldous Huxley’s Brave New WorldAnthem has inspired millions with Rand’s heroic view of human potential.

This unforgettable dramatization is a milestone in audio interpretation of literary classics. Produced by the Atlas Society, it features an electrifying performance by veteran actor and voice artist Paul Meier, and a gripping score by film composer Michael Shapiro. A great gift, and a wonderful introduction to Rand’s ideas and art!

Available from The Objectivism Store and other major bookstores as two cassettes or as two CDs.
2 audiotapes, $18.95
2 CDs, $22.95

Listen to the hero’s climactic speech from Ayn Rand’s Anthem, performed by Paul Meier. Excerpted from The Atlas Society’s recording of the novel. (MP3, 6.5 minutes, 4.6 MB)

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