Dreams from My Father

A Story of Race and Inheritance

by | Publisher: Random House Audio
Average vote of 543
| 28 total contributions of which 24 reviews , 4 quotes , 0 images , 0 notes , 0 video
Obama, the son of a white American mother and a black African father, writes an elegant and compelling biography that powerfully articulates America's racial battleground and tells of his search for his place in black America. 8 pages of photos.
SUN50
Ha scritto il 10/03/20
Insightful reflections on race and racism, culture, what it means to be African-American and simply American (con TRADUZIONE) – cat. 24. Reading Challenge - un libro (romanzo o no) su un leader mondiale
This book is honest, and it moves with fluid and coherent writing. It gives an interesting perspective of the author's sense of incomplete identity after being abandoned by his father when he was just a young boy. As the book passes through the diffe...Continua
Ha scritto il 05/02/13
true story
When I think of every possibility of the world that is one. The autobiography of Barack Obama written in 1992 is a great voyage through humankind in recent history & our time. Perhaps it would seem plot of destiny or something such in material world...Continua
Jesus Ortega Segura
Ha scritto il 16/09/11
Left unfinished, although it's not a bad read.
I have tried reading this book several times, but I ended up setting it aside in all two or three occasions. It's not that the book is bad. It contains a few good reflections on American politics, and Obama tries to discuss the issues from a point...Continua
Stcin10
Ha scritto il 13/05/11
This man's a genius, he should run for President of the United States! Actually when this book first came out in 2006 I realized then that it was Senator Obama's unofficial announcement that he was going to be running in 2008, it just took me until...Continua
Lupigras33200
Ha scritto il 19/04/11
DREAMS FROM MY FATHER

Shuyulins
Ha scritto il Dec 18, 2015, 22:29
From the car, we watched George return to his friends, quickly indistinguishable from the others with round heads and knobby knees who were chasing a scuffed football through the grass. I found myself suddenly remembering then my first meeting with...Continua
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Shuyulins
Ha scritto il Dec 15, 2015, 04:10
What is a family? Is it just a genetic chain, parents and offsprings, people like me? Or is it a social construct, an economic unit, optimal for child rearing and divisions of labor? Or is it something else entirely: a sore of shared memories, say? A...Continua
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Shuyulins
Ha scritto il Dec 12, 2015, 23:15
By the time I reached Chicago, the phrase self-esteem seemed to be on everyone's lips: activists, talk show hosts, educators, and sociologists. It was a handy catchall to describe our hurt, a sanitized way of talking about the things we'd been keepin...Continua
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Shuyulins
Ha scritto il Dec 10, 2015, 00:29
I don't fault people their suspicions. I learned long ago to distrust my childhood and the stories that shaped it. It was only many years later, after I had sat at my father's grave and spoken to him through Africa's red soil, that I could circle bac...Continua

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