You will be enthralled by this moving commemoration of the 35th anniversary of Atlas Shrugged (recorded at an Ayn Rand Institute banquet in 1992). Mary Ann Sures relates her experiences—from the humorous to the inspiring—as typist of the manuscript, working in Ayn Rand's apartment.
Mrs. Sures' reminiscences are poignant and pointed. They offer an intimate perspective on the character of Ayn Rand and on the benevolent atmosphere pervading her home.
In addition Harry Binswanger presents Ayn Rand's own fascinating recollections—taken from her biographical interviews—of this period. The topics range from the chronological development of her character to the philosophic ideas she had to originate in order to write the book.
You will not want to miss these extraordinary memories. (The royalties for this recording are being donated to the Ayn Rand Institute.)
(MP3 download; 68 min., 48.69 MB)