Anthem

TitleAnthem
Year for Search1938
AuthorsAyn Rand [pseud.]
Tertiary Authors[Rosenbaum], [Alisa Zinovyevna](1905-1982)
PublisherCassell
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsFemale author, Russian author, US author
Annotation

Authoritarian dystopia. Sketches of an individualist eutopia. 

Additional Publishers

Rpt. London: Cassell, 1953. Rev. US ed. Los Angeles, CA: Pamphleteers, 1946; rpt. New York: New American Library, 1946; and in Famous Fantastic Mysteries 14.4 (June 1953): 12-33, 113-14. Exp. 50th Anniversary ed. New York: Dutton, 1995 with an “Introduction to the 50th Anniversary American Edition” by Leonard Peikoff (v-xiii). The 50th anniversary edition uses the 1946 edition and includes Rand’s marked up 1938 edition showing the extensive revisions (109-253). Graphic novel version as Anthem. The Graphic Novel. Script Charles Santino. Art Joe Staton. New York: New American Library, 2011

Info Notes

See also 1957 Rand.

Pseudonym

Ayn Rand [pseud.]

Holding Institutions

DLC, L, MoU-St, HRC

Author Note

The female author’s (1905-82) given name of Alisa Zinovyevna Rosenbaum was never used; she was born and educated in Russia and moved to the U. S. in 1926.

Full Text

1938 Rand, Ayn [pseud.] (1905-82). Anthem. London: Cassell. Rpt. London: Cassell, 1953. Rev. U. S. ed. Los Angeles, CA: Pamphleteers, 1946; rpt. New York: New American Library, 1946; and in Famous Fantastic Mysteries 14.4 (June 1953): 12-33, 113-14. Exp. 50th Anniversary ed. New York: Dutton, 1995 with an “Introduction to the 50th Anniversary American Edition” by Leonard Peikoff (v-xiii). The 50th anniversary edition uses the 1946 edition and includes Rand’s marked up 1938 edition showing the extensive revisions (109-253). Graphic novel version as Anthem. The Graphic Novel. Script Charles Santino. Art Joe Staton. New York: New American Library 2011. DLC, L, MoU-St, HRC

Authoritarian dystopia. Sketches of an individualist eutopia. See also 1957 Rand. The female author was born and educated in Russia and moved to the U. S. in 1926. Her given name of Alisa Zinovyevna Rosenbaum was never used.