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The Fountainhead: A Character Analysis of Keating

Summary: Reviews The Fountainhead, by Ayn Rand. Analyzes the character of Peter Keating. Discusses the way Peter Keating's success was acquired the conflict between his financial success and his moral failure.
Peter Keating graduated as valedictorian from the Stanton Institute of Technology. But does this really mean that he was an outstanding architectural student? Or that perhaps he got there by doing his own proper work? One believes that Keating's success in School and in his career was due to many other factors, which say many things regarding his moral character.

"At the Stanton commencement ceremonies, Peter Keating sat reflecting on his own greatness" (Book 1 Ch 2). This short sentence demonstrates Peter's arrogance and false pride. Howard Roark believed in the perfect individualistic society, where practically everybody would learn how to mind their own business, and was represented as a natural being. Keating in the other hand was the complete contrast of Howard, where he is capable of achieving all of his goals and become successful by depending on other people from which he would...

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