The Fountainhead - Study Guide Part III, Gail Wynand, Chapters 1–4 Summary & Analysis

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In this new part of the text, we get deeper insight into Gail Wynand, the newspaper magnate. He is trying to come to a decision about a real-estate project called Stoneridge, and unsurprisingly, Toohey has recommended Keating to design the project. Wynand is not completely convinced, and Toohey tells him to talk to Dominique Keating before he makes a decision. Toohey also says he will give Wynand a present that will ostensibly help him make his choice.

Rand now shows us a memory of Wynand when he was growing up in Hell’s Kitchen.

Seeing no use in going to school, Wynand begins working for the local paper called "The Gazette". The paper attempts to frame an honest man for something he didn’t do, and Wynand calls on one of his journalistic heroes at the paper for help. However, his hero refuses to...

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