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The Fountainhead - Study Guide Part 2, Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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A pall comes over Peter at the opening of the Cosmo-Slotnik building. His only moment of enthusiasm seems to be after the party when Toohey tells him how the newsreels will flatter him. Toohey encourages Peter to marry Dominique, but Peter says he doesn't love her. Toohey says that "personal love" is a great evil because it discriminates between one person and another. As Toohey drives home that all men should be equal, Peter is happy - not because he should be equal to pickpockets but because he should be equal to Roark.

Roark does not show up at the annual costume Arts Ball, where architects dress up as their buildings. Dominique visits Roark's office and watches him model the Aquitania in clay. His power of creation makes her weak.

Working on the temple, Roark asks for the sculptor Steve Mallory's phone number...

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