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Read & download Ñ Dreams From My Father A Story of Race and Inheritance ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ´ In this lyrical unsentimental and compelling memoir the son of a black African father and a white American mother searches for a workable meaning to his life as a black AmericCk Obama learns that his father a figure he knows as a myth than as a man has been killed in a car accident This sudden death inspires an emotional odyssey first to a small town in Kansas from which he retraces. Dreams From My Father A Story of Race and Inheritance Barack ObamaDreams from My Father A Story of Race and Inheritance 1995 is a memoir by Barack Obama who was elected as US President in 2008 The memoir explores the events of Obama's early years in Honolulu and Chicago up until his entry into law school in 1988 Obama published the memoir in July 1995 when he was starting his political campaign for Illinois Senate He had been elected as the first African American president of the Harvard Law Review in 1990Obama recounts his life up to his enrollment in Harvard Law School He was born in 1961 in Honolulu Hawaii to Barack Obama Sr of Kenya and Ann Dunham of Wichita Kansas who had met as students at the University of Hawaii Obama's parents separated in 1963 and divorced in 1964 when he was two years old Obama's father went to Harvard to pursue his PhD in economics After that he returned to Kenya to fulfill the promise to his nationObama formed an image of his absent father from stories told by his mother and her parents He saw his father one time in 1971 when Obama Sr came to Hawaii for a month's visit The elder Obama who had remarried died in a car accident in Kenya in 1982After her divorce Ann Dunham married Lolo Soetoro a Javanese surveyor from Indonesia who was a graduate student in Hawaii The family moved to Jakarta When Obama was ten he returned to Hawaii under the care of his maternal grandparents and later his mother for the better educational opportunities available there He was enrolled in the fifth grade at Punahou School a private college preparatory school where he was one of six black students Obama attended Punahou School from the 5th grade until his graduation from the 12th grade in 1979 Obama writes For my grandparents my admission into Punahou Academy heralded the start of something grand an elevation in the family status that they took great pains to let everyone know There he met Ray Keith Kakugawa who was two years older and also multi racial He introduced Obama to the African American communityUpon finishing high school Obama moved to Los Angeles for studies at Occidental College He describes having lived a party lifestyle of drug and alcohol use After two years at Occidental he transferred to Columbia College at Columbia University in New York City where he majored in Political ScienceUpon graduation Obama worked for a year in business He moved to Chicago where he worked for a non profit as a community organizer in the Altgeld Gardens housing project on the city's mostly black South Side Obama recounts the difficulty of the experience as his program faced resistance from entrenched community leaders and apathy on the part of the established bureaucracy During this period Obama first visited Chicago's Trinity United Church of Christ which became the center of his spiritual life Before attending Harvard Law School Obama decided to visit relatives in Kenya He recounts part of this experience in the final emotional third of the book Obama used his memoir to reflect on his personal experiences with race and race relations in the United Statesعنوانهای ترجمه شده به فارسی رویاهای پدرم؛ رویاهایی از پدرم؛ در رویای پدر؛ رویاهایی از زمان پدرم داستانی از نژاد و میراث؛ نویسنده باراک اوباما؛ تاریخ نخستین خوانش روز بیست و یکم ماه دسامبر سال 2011 میلادیعنوان رویاهای پدرم؛ نویسنده باراک اوباما؛ مترجم ریتو بحری؛ تهران، در دانش بهمن، چاپ اول و دوم و سوم 1388؛ در 484ص؛ شابک 9789641740827؛ چاپ چهارم 1389؛ چاپ پنجم 1390؛ موضوع سرگذشتنامه باراک اوباما از نویسندگان ایالات متحده آمریکا سده 20معنوان رویاهایی از پدرم؛ نویسنده باراک اوباما؛ مترجم منیژه شیخ جوادی بهزاد؛ ویراستار ابوالفتح قهرمانی؛ تهران، سیته، 1388؛ در 438ص؛ شابک 9786005253092؛عنوان رویاهایی از پدرم؛ نویسنده باراک اوباما؛ مترجم منصور حکمی؛ تهران،شرکت انتشارات قلم، 1389؛ در 624ص؛ شابک 9789643162290؛عنوان رویاهایی از زمان پدرم داستانی از نژاد و میراث؛ نویسنده باراک اوباما؛ ‏‫مترجم اصغر اندرودی؛ تهران اوحدی‏‫‏، ‫1388؛ در ‏619ص؛ شابک 9789648234818؛عنوان در رویای پدر؛ نویسنده باراک اوباما؛ مترجم علی مراد کاکائی؛ تهران، آزادمهر، چاپ دوم 1397؛ در 559ص؛ شابک 9786005564570؛عنوان ‏‫رویاهای پدرم؛ نویسنده باراک‌ حسین اوباما؛ مترجم موسسه خط ممتد اندیشه؛ تهران، تبارک، 1387؛ در یک جلد؛ شابک 9648226091؛در این زندگینامه ی شور انگیز و خواندنی، پسر یک پدر سیاهپوست آفریقایی، و یک مادر سفید پوست آمریکایی، در جستجوی مفهومی برای زندگی خویشتن است؛ داستان از نیویورک آغاز میشود، جاییکه «باراک اوباما»، درمییابند، که پدرشان شخصیتی که بیشتر ایشان را به شکل یک اسطوره، و نه یک انسان میشناسند در تصادف اتومبیل، کشته شده است؛ این مرگ ناگهانی، الهام بخش یک سفر پرماجرا میشود؛ نخست به شهر کوچکی در کانزاس، نقطه ای که «باراک اوباما» در آنجا، مهاجرت خانواده مادری اش به هاوایی را، دنبال میکنند، و سپس به «کنیا» میروند، جاییکه اقوام آفریقایی خود را، ملاقات میکنند، و با حقیقت تلخ زندگی پدرشان آشنا میشوند، و سرانجام دو میراث جداگانه ی خویشتن را با هم آشتی میدهندتاریخ بهنگام رسانی 21031399هجری خورشیدی؛ ا شربیانی

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In this lyrical unsentimental and compelling memoir the son of a black African father and a white American mother searches for a workable meaning to his life as a black American It begins in New York where Bara. Audiobookread by Barack Obama An oldie but goodieIt was wonderful listening to Obama He’s so cordialandordinary and extraordinaryI especially loved when Obama talked about his mother I laughed when ‘mom’ forced Obama to eat his breakfast each day before school — with Obama rolling his eyes as if it was torture I could relate I did everything I could to get out of eating breakfast as a kid but where my mother just gave up and went back to bed — Obama’s mother gave him the evil eye and made him eat and said”listen buster it’s no picnic for me either” At the very beginning of this audiobook which has been updated since the book was first writtenObama says if he were to have written this book today he ‘may’have written the entire thing about his mother There is not a day that goes by that he does not miss herObama’s mother is a woman I would have liked to have met She was an exceptional woman and it’s no accident that she raised a brilliant son She took her job as parenting as serious as any parent hadshe was always teachingabout integrity morals honesty fairness straight talk independent thought safety healthy habits and the value of a great educationIt was common for Obama’s mother to stop whatever they were doing and say things like this “If you’re going to grow into a decent human being you’re going to need some values” She believed thoughtful people could shape their own destiny— she was not a religious person —but had good common senseIt was through Obama’s mother where he learned about his absent fathers valuesNo matter how poor his father was his mother tells Obama he was a man of integrity Obama was raised to inherit the best characteristics of his father Hallelujah Obama said he had no choice but to be a decent moral man it was in his genesOhhhhh how I miss Obama being our President GREAT AUDIOBOOK

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Dreams From My Father A Story of Race and InheritanceThe migration of his mother’s family to Hawaii and then to Kenya where he meets the African side of his family confronts the bitter truth of his father’s life and at last reconciles his divided inheritance. I listened to this audiobook in the waning days of Obama's presidency Dreams from My Father is about Obama's family his childhood and how he got his start in community organizing in ChicagoSome of my favorite stories were about Barack's grandparents his memories of his mother and father and finally his visit to Kenya to meet his African relatives It was interesting to read this memoir first published in 1995 and to recognize all that Obama has accomplished since writing it The audio file included Obama's keynote address at the 2004 Democratic National Convention which is just as powerful as when I first heard it 12 years ago It was inspiring to listen to Obama read his story and I'd heartily recommend it