What could the biblical tale of The Book of Esther about a young Jewess who becomes a Persian queen possibly have in common with Ayn Rand’s bestseller The Fountainhead?
The answer is: more than you could ever imagine.
In fact, the characterization, plot, and themes of both works are so strikingly similar, that Ayn Rand might have even been surprised.
In this groundbreaking book, you’ll learn:
• What do Howard Roark and Mordecai the Jew have in common?
• How could the character of Gail Wynand help us understand the motives of King Ahasuerus?
• Was Queen Esther more like Peter Keating or Domonique Francon?
• What drives the villains, Haman and Ellsworth Toohey?
• How could a story concerned with Jewish interests be reconciled with Ayn Rand’s individualism?
• How could The Fountainhead help us understand the modern-day struggles of the Jewish people today, particularly as they relate to Israel?
Fans of either The Fountainhead or The Book of Esther are in for a real eye-opener!
Purchase here: Ayn Rand and Esther: Soulmates