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Sunday, January 17, 2016

Alan Greenspan on Ayn Rand's writing style

Alan Greenspan once gave this eloquent complement to Ayn Rand — “You do with words what Rachmaninoff does with music. Rachmaninoff’s compositions are complex; he combines so many elements in his music that one has to stretch one’s mind to hear them all at once. You always try to do the same in writing.”

(Source: 'The Art of Fiction' by Ayn Rand; Chapter - ‘Style: Descriptions of Nature and New York', Page: 143)

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