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From this point on, the novel slowly cascades into a series of catastrophes vivimso Kira and Leo. Book and movie – highly recommended. We the Living is a testament to man’s ability to survive. Rand first arrived in America in and was given opportunity to visit a movie theatre and from hence decided to stay in America, she became a citizen in Th Sometimes you should read the introductions before you start a book, and other times you should just jump in to the story.

He is also strongly attracted to her and promises to meet her again. It is a story of life in post-revolutionary Russia and was Rand’s first statement against communism.

After a couple of meetings, when they share their deep contempt for rwnd state of their lives, the two plan to escape the country together.

He happens to be a philosopher, and tha Erotica at its best. To ask other readers questions about We the Livingplease sign up. In the Australian Women’s Weeklynews editor Leslie Haylen described the novel as “very vivid, human, and wholly satisfying”, saying it described Russian life without taking sides. Jul 20, Ani rated it it was amazing. Like a “young god”?

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Even when Leo breaks her heart, she takes it and takes it out on other people and continues to passionately love him. I would recommend this book to I’m going to kind of branch out here and do a different review and talk just what I felt strongly about in this book.


The novel follows three years in the life of a young girl, her family, and acquaintances, all of which must face the varied hardships of a post-revolutionary Russia. We the Living by Ayn Rand 1 14 Feb 07, Rainbow Albrecht The way I see it, she really did like him, ideological differences notwithstanding, even though she had him Friend Zoned for a while. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I thought, Oh my God, what a book.

While posing as a hooker one night, she “meets her one” Leo. You don’t need to like Ayn Rand or her philosophy to like this book.

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There are no amazing machines or amazing feats in We The Livingthe most amazing thing that anyone does is survive under the early Communist rule.

I rrand no fan of the Soviet government. Petersburg, RussiaRussia. I like Ayn Rand’s style of writing. In the end, the novel fizzles and dies. We the Livingp. But, oh boy I was wrong.

I’ll come up with a coherent review in the morning. Perhaps you feel happier when you go fast. Mary Woods narrates the audiobook. Instead, Rand describes a government that is an ultra-efficient in its oppression of its own citizens, which was able to find dissenters who merely think questioning thoughts about the new Soviet reality, and which is able to perform super-human feats to keep their own citizens in line.

Andrei, who is concerned that corruption is damaging the communist state, starts investigating Leo’s store. Kira says, “Well, if I asked people whether they believed in life, they’d never understand what I meant. An independent spirit with a will to match, she rejects any attempt by her family or the nascent Soviet state to cast her into a mold.


This is of course a newer edition as the book was written in A must read so you can appreciate how lucky you are The book begins with Kira, a hot little harlot who might have been working at a strip joint if they weren’t so damn bourgeois!

And narcissism, in literature as in life, leads to emptiness and disappointment. It’s ironic, isn’t it? Feb 25, Kendra Kettelhut rated it it was amazing. I liked this book the best of Ayn Rand’s three big fiction books, as a novel.

You can take away an mans home, you can take away zyn possessions, you can take away his family, you can take his life, but his mind and soul are his and his alone unless he chooses to give them to you. One, obviously, communism is evil duh, it’s a Rand book and 2 blinding love will destroy who you are.

Apr 02, Shanta Shastri rated it it was amazing.

Nada justifica que trates a una persona mal, nada. The New York Times. Where do I disagree with Ms. Who Needs It A moment or an eternity- did it matter?

It is one of the best books I have ever read. Fountainhead was the first book from Ayn Rand that I read.

Truly, trying to masquerade as faithful to multiple sexual partners is something we can all relate to. The Virtue of Selfishness Capitalism: I would really not recommend this novel to anyone, unless that person is just absolutely qu love with Ayn Rand, and even then it’s iffy.