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perspective
used in The Fountainhead

13 uses
  • Let us—in all matters—be faithful to this new, broader, higher perspective.
    2.5 — Part 2 Chapter 5 (54% in)
  • The cardboard displayed a water-color perspective of a gray granite mansion with three tiers of dormers, five balconies, four bays, twelve columns, one flagpole and two lions at the entrance.
    1.3 — Part 1 Chapter 3 (20% in)
  • He came to Roark's room, that night, and spread before him the plans, the elevations, the perspective of his first building.
    1.5 — Part 1 Chapter 5 (58% in)
  • He felt nothing but immense uncertainty when his sketches were ready and the delicate perspective of a white marble edifice lay, neatly finished, before him.
    1.14 — Part 1 Chapter 14 (19% in)
  • He could not prevent his hand from cutting lines across the perspective.
    1.14 — Part 1 Chapter 14 (31% in)
  • He worked out Roark's hasty sketch of the elevation into a neat, finished perspective.
    1.14 — Part 1 Chapter 14 (33% in)
  • It seems to mean so damn much to him that he's lost all human perspective.
    2.4 — Part 2 Chapter 4 (62% in)
  • A matter of perspectives and relativity.
    3.6 — Part 3 Chapter 6 (45% in)
  • Roark handed him the plans of the house and a large perspective drawing.
    4.3 — Part 4 Chapter 3 (56% in)
  • But this is what it had really been built for—to have Roark stand at that window—and I think Gail knows it tonight—Roark's body blocking miles out of that perspective, with only a few dots of fire and a few cubes of lighted glass left visible around the outline of his figure.
    4.4 — Part 4 Chapter 4 (55% in)
  • We must acquire a philosophical perspective.
    4.6 — Part 4 Chapter 6 (1% in)
  • He stared at the perspective drawings.
    4.9 — Part 4 Chapter 9 (35% in)
  • But one's perspective widens.
    4.10 — Part 4 Chapter 10 (91% in)

There are no more uses of "perspective" in The Fountainhead.

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