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Anne C. Heller
ANNE C. HELLER has written for such publications as Lear's, Mademoiselle, TriQuarterly, and Esquire. She is the former fiction editor of Esquireand Redbook, and a former executive editor at Condé Nast Publications. She lives in Manhattan. show more
ANNE C. HELLER has written for such publications as Lear's, Mademoiselle, TriQuarterly, and Esquire. She is the former fiction editor of Esquireand Redbook, and a former executive editor at Condé Nast Publications. She lives in Manhattan.
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Reflections
Reflections rated it 4 years ago
Short but deeply fascinating, this book about Hannah Arendt covers both her life and the evolution of her thinking in less than 140 pages. It opens with the controversy surrounding her coverage of the 1961 trial of Nazi officer Adolf Eichmann in Israel, and her pithy but divisive “banality of evil...
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DOUBLE PARKED BOOKS rated it 7 years ago
“Why do they always teach us that it's easy and evil to do what we want and that we need discipline to restrain ourselves? It's the hardest thing in the world--to do what we want. And it takes the greatest kind of courage. I mean, what we really want.” ― Ayn RandThere are people I dislike at a visce...
Jennavier
Jennavier rated it 8 years ago
I really enjoyed this biography. Atlas Shrugged has been on my to-read pile for forever. Somehow I got sucked into a biography on the author before reading any of her major works. It tells you something about me, that's for sure. Heller did a really good job with bringing Ayn Rand to life. It was ni...
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