The Fountainhead - Study Guide Part IV, Chapters 16–20 Summary & Analysis

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The Banner is in trouble. All of the paper’s advertisers have stopped their sponsorships and the paper is in financial ruin. Wynand knows the paper is doomed if he does not make a compromise, and he haunts the streets of New York in an attempt to find his answer. In the end, he caves, and he feels like he is putting a gun to his own head and pulling the trigger. The very next day, a formal letter signed by Wynand appears in the paper, apologizing for defending Roark.

Everyone buys the paper, and although Roark forgives him and writes a letter to Wynand saying so, his letter is returned to him unopened. Dominique visits Roark to offer herself to him. Roark thinks about rejecting her for Wynand’s sake, but in the end, he realizes Wynand has lost himself again, and it is right...

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