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The Ayn Rand Letter - Contents by Title. The Ayn Rand Letter was published monthly from October 1971 to February 1976. It was rather different in format from its predecessors (The Objectivist Newsletter and The Objectivist).It presented a single major article per issue, in the style of a typewritten letter. 2/1/1997  This collection of Ayn Rand's letters is an interesting and important addition to her works. It was edited by Michael Berliner, then-executive director of the Ayn Rand Institute. Letters of Ayn Rand From the Introduction by Leonard Peikoff: I was a student and friend of Ayn Rand’s for thirty-one years, from 1951—when she was 46 and writing Atlas Shrugged —until her death in … The Ayn Rand Letter, the last of Rand’s periodicals, was a biweekly newsletter published from October 1971 to February 1976. This 400-page volume reproduces the entire contents of each issue. This 400-page volume reproduces the entire contents of each issue. Ayn Rand’s surviving letters track the arc of her career from a budding playwright and novelist in the 1930s to an accomplished author of best sellers in the 1940s and 1950s to a philosopher and cultural commentator in the 1960s and 1970s. A later letter suggests Rand thought highly of Connie, which leads me to suspect that she either found the dress funds elsewhere, or perhaps she really did get a job to repay her stern loan shark of an auntie. The Ayn Rand Letter . Nach der Trennung von Nathaniel Branden kehrte das Magazin ab 1971 wieder zum Newsletter-Format, diesmal mit nur einem Artikel pro Ausgabe, zurück. Zunächst alle vierzehn Tage erscheinend, wird der Ayn Rand Letter mit dem ... The Ayn Rand Letter (1971-1976) (Hardcover) ... Special Bonus: Three pages from Ayn Rand's handwritten manuscript--with her editorial changes--containing the opening and closing passages from Atlas Shrugged. (Hardcover; 400 pages) See other products by this author here.