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The Atlas Society Web site offers you an ever-expanding archive of information about Ayn Rand, her literary work, and her ideas -- as well as an array of exciting interactive features and resources.

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Once you register on this site, you'll be able to join special discussion forums. There you'll meet others who have been inspired by Ayn Rand's work, and discuss all aspects of her novels, short stories, plays, themes, and characters. You'll also be able to participate in special contests and polls.

In addition, The Atlas Society Web site provides a vast and growing body of information about Rand and her writings. When you register, you'll have access to the total archive of this material. Here are some of the many items currently available only to those who register on this site:

  • A detailed compendium and description of the many colorful characters in Ayn Rand's works of fiction
  • An in-depth synopsis of the plot of Rand's masterpiece, Atlas Shrugged
  • A comprehensive timeline of the events of Atlas Shrugged, including the relative ages and backgrounds of the major characters
  • Hauntingly beautiful still photos from the film of Ayn Rand's We the Living
  • The amazing history of the We the Living film, written by an insider to the film's restoration project
  • The fascinating story of Ayn Rand's professional and social relationship with Frank Lloyd Wright, whose architectural ideas served as the background for her novel The Fountainhead
  • A professional philosopher's outline of the logical arguments presented in "Galt's Speech" in Atlas Shrugged
  • The literary merits of Ayn Rand's novels, written by a noted scholar
  • A unique graphic representation of the key psychological differences among the major characters of The Fountainhead
  • An expert's survey of the remarkable films based on Ayn Rand's novels
  • An explanation of Ayn Rand's distinctive literary method
  • An overview of the basic principles of her challenging philosophy, Objectivism

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