The Fountainhead - Study Guide Part II, Ellsworth Toohey, Chapters 11–15 Summary & Analysis

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The Cosmo-Slotnik building (which Keating won the competition for) is completed, but Keating is not pleased with it. However, Toohey berates Keating and tells him to give it up. Meanwhile, Roark is designing the temple to the human spirit, and he wants to install a sculpture in it. He searches for Stephen Mallory, the sculptor who attempted to murder Toohey.

Mallory finds a kindred spirit in Roark, and he weeps with joy. Roark wants a human statue to symbolize the human spirit in the temple, and Mallory agrees. Dominique is chosen as the model of the statue. Roark continues to work with uncompromising focus. His design is innovative and brilliant, the concept being to bring the sky downward to man, so visitors can find strength in themselves.

Kent Lansing’s project, the Aquitania Hotel, has to be halted because of the corporation having problems...

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