Ayn Rand is a world known profound writer of novels. Most of his novels have captured the attention of different people from various walks of life. He wrote many books. However, the ones that brought a lot of impact, as well as revolution to the literary world were Good Copy, The Night King, and The Red Pawn. The following paragraphs will analyze the comparisons between The Night King and the Red Pawn.
First and foremost, her career was a book more of philosophy compared to the Night King which has its central them revolving around relationships and love issues. In the book, Her Career, he storms against the societal tides. He faces great challenges as a writer. Most of the people reject her writing some saying that they targeted a specific group with what she used to write on papers and other daily news articles (Pleikoff & Rand, 2005). Ayn talks of what a society is. He reveals of what a rigid community looks like. He says that every society has its own defined ways of living. She is portrayed in this book as an uncompromising champion who due to her individualism and pure capitalism. In this book, Ayn, according to diction, describes, impassioned Romantic(Pleikoff & Rand, 2005) .
In both of the two books, she was startling unprecedented and original. In the book, Her Second career, the author entails certain issues relevant in the immediate society. He unveils a society consisting of various capacities of all sorts of evil practices such as corruption, prostitution. In the book, The Night King, “the goal of her writing is not to capture a slice of life but to project her moral vision of man as he might ought to be” this is a sarcastic remark that is also evidenced in the book, Her Career that reveals several incidences of sarcastic remarks meant to ridicule some of the existing societal members who does not show or make any effort of performing to produce a better outcome to their societies.
Despite the early given differences concerning the dominant themes in the two books, it is important to note that the books share similar themes too. Love is portrayed in ‘Her second Career’ through the use of two teenage characters by the author. Effects of love between the two individuals, as well as, the society at large is illustrated in the book. In the Night King, The central theme, as stated early is that of love. Philosophical says are also prominent in the two books (Pleikoff & Rand, 2005).
Considering the target group, the two books are addressed to a society that is not progressing in its various sectors such as economy and education. They thus target a group of audience with a straightforward goal of making many impacts to their respective societies. They are defined or written in a manner to identify an existing problem within a society (Pleikoff & Rand, 2005). They do this by challenging most of the societal epitomic leaders and controllers of the society’s wealth. The two books also have common humorous styles as always prominent with Ayn’s novels.
The two books also aim at producing or looking for a long-term liberation among the people. The Night King talks majorly on the release of a person from the tie or bondage of a relationship that is not trustworthy and fulfilling. The character fights for her own freedom in order to leave her lover who is reluctant to end the relationship (Pleikoff & Rand, 2005). This is allegorical as it represents the people within the society who are suffering from mistreatment by other government or superior societal members.
It is therefore true that the two novels share a great deal of information, especially that which is concerned about the welfare of the society and its upbringing.