Jul 15, 2017

The public good be damned, I will have no part of it!” What does he mean?

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Atlas Shrugged


I need and essay written on the novel: Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand.

ISBN-10: 0451191145

ISBN-13: 978-0451191144


First read the novel, it is a long one, sorry. Then choose one of the three topics to write on: 1. At his trial, Hank Rearden declares: “The public good be damned, I will have no part of it!” What does he mean? How does this issue relate to the novel’s theme?

2. Who is John Galt?

3. What is the meaning of money to Francisco d’Anconia? To James Taggart? How do these characters’ views on money relate to the events of the story?

Now, I could only select 30 days for this to be done, but you have till September to do it, so instead of 30 days deadline you get 90 day deadline. SO, that would be September 17, 2015. 

Extra information: I will be looking for writing that is clear, articulate and logically organized. It must demonstrate an outstanding grasp of the philosophic meaning of Atlas Shrugged. Also, you may want to add a few quote in front he novel as well.


Topic: Student’s Name: Name of Institution: Due Date: Who is John Galt? John Galt is a protagonist character in the novel “Atlas Shrugged”. Even if the character is not recognized by name till the last third division of the play, he is a person whose identity needs to be known. Initially, John Galt seems to be anonymous menial worker for Taggart Transcontinental. In the play, it is often seen that Galt and Eddie Willers have dines in the employees’ cafeteria, and this influences Eddie to disclose vital information about Taggart Transcontinental and Dagny Taggart. Only Eddie’s perspective of their talks is presented in the play. Later in the play, readers are able to discover true identity of the worker (John Galt). This paper aims to investigate who is John Galt in the novel “Atlas Shrugged”. As the plot of the novel unfolds, Galt is identified to be an inventor and a philosopher. Galt believes in the glory and power of human mind as well as the rights entitled by every human being to utilize her or his mind mainly for herself or himself. Galt is an individualist counterpoint and skeptical to the collectivist economic and social structure described in the play. Such a society is founded on oppressive bureaucratic functionaries, and is based on a culture which claims to encourage egalitarianism, but in the real sense embraces mediocrity. The play interprets the consequences of societal activities as impacts of socialistic ideal...

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