This one was at first going to be just a two-way combo--Raggedy Ann and Ayn Rand = Raggedy Ayn.
The Ayn Rand Omnibus ( = Ayn-us) followed on someone's movie about her, and it was loaded with pix of her.
At all ages.
On all sorts of occasions.
Looking always Ayn.
Like she had been drawn, a character--raggedy.
Happy with herself, like Ann. (Andy too.)
Mr. Johnny Gruelle put them in many a strange situation--
This one with a Paper Dragon, but just not enough glue to hold the bibliolage together.
So I turned to William Steig, one of his best: The Lonely Ones. From 1941.
And that just caught the mood.