Dystopian Setting And Criticism In Ayn Rand's Anthem

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No freedom. No creativity. No individuality. Create a picture, being in a society that strictly imposes a set of rules in which one must obey and carry out to create this “perfect” canvas. This is what is described in Ayn Rand's novella. Anthem sold over 6 million copies because of its dystopian setting and criticism in which she presents her imagination of ideas that could happen if a society's ignores ethical egoism (self-centered choices) and practices deeper on altruism. When compared to the realities of North Korea, Ayn Rand has similar understandings and expectations. Concepts like withdrawal of independent decisions and the varied beliefs in who controls their life, to even opposing the one in charge, the government of their nation/country
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