Journal of Ayn Rand Studies 1 (2):313-331 (2000)
AbstractSTEPHEN COX examines The Art of Fiction, a book of newly published selections from Ayn Rand's lectures on fiction-writing that extend and complicate our knowledge of her literary ideas. Her discussion of the fiction-writer's craft provides interesting and sometimes provocative views on general problems of literary form and method
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