The Fountainhead - Study Guide Part II, Ellsworth Toohey, Chapters 1–5 Summary & Analysis

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Howard Roark is now working at the granite quarry in Connecticut, which is actually owned by Francon. Dominique is living at her father’s estate near the quarry and spends most of her time wandering the countryside. She visits the quarry one day and catches sight of Roark and is captivated by his gaze, which is one of “ownership.” Her first feeling toward him is of hate, because she knows she could fall in love with him. Although she tries not to, Dominique goes to the quarry once more and sees Roark again. They meet several days later at the quarry, and she asks him why he works there, to which he replies it is for the money that she is paying him.

We see in chapter 2 that Dominique cannot help herself from visiting the quarry and Roark. One day, she scratches her marble...

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