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    Transcendant

    Although it isn't necessarily obvious at first Rand uses caricatures to depict everyone from the very best to the very worst of us. While they may not represent anyone in particular they do serve as a proof of the legitimacy and integrity of her philosophy. I'm not sure why people find objectivism so threatening but if the answer was in this book I didn't find it.
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    absolutely not interesting

    Definitely one of the most boring books I've ever read. No character is actually true to life, since it is the mere representation of an abstract idea and one doesn't feel any sympathy for any of them. I honestly think Ayn Rand should have written a philosophical essay instead of a novel.
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