Top Responses to “The Tao of Roark: A love song to life on earth”

Small Carrie Ann B As an individual's meditations on various ideas and themes that emerged from his reading of The Fountainhead, St. Andre's brief monograph is inspirational. Whether one is interested in meaning, value, purpose, reason, or emotion, there is something in here for nearly anyone to... More »
Small John C Thanks for letting us know about this interesting book which is posted free online. I read it this morning, since it isn't very long. I agree that learning from "The Fountainhead" can be enhanced by reading "Tao of Roark" and in fact "Tao of Roark" is reminding me that I haven't... More »
Small Byron C Kurt, what a lovely review. I look forward to reading Peter's contemplation. More »

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