Ayn Rand's correspondence with Mr. Wright

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mikeberliner
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Ayn Rand's correspondence with Mr. Wright

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The second edition of LETTERS OF AYN RAND is available at https://letters.aynrandarchives.org/exh ... /chapter-3. This link is to Chapter 3 ("Letters to Frank Lloyd Wright"), which came online yesterday. Except for one letter he wrote to her after reading THE FOUNTAINHEAD, these are all letters from her to him. In 1995, the Foundation gave me permission to reprint that letter from Mr. Wright, the only letter in the book not written by Ayn Rand (Penguin was interested in only her letters).

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