We the Living Teacher's Guide

We the Living Teacher's Guide
Engage in an in-depth study of We the Living. This work is Ayn Rand's first attempt at fiction with an explicit philosophic theme, that collectivism is evil. The novel draws on her life experiences in Soviet Russia. This teacher's guide provides historical background information, story summaries and study questions to help you support students' reading.

Grade Levels: 9 - 12

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