A Confederacy of Dunces audiobook follows a 30-year-old Ignatius J. Reilly, an intelligent but lazy guy who lives in New Orleans with his mom, Irene Reilly.
In A Confederacy of Dunces audiobook, Ignatius Jacques Reilly, a Medieval History graduate, is obese and jobless. He despises the world surrounding him, believing that it has lost its sense of geometry and religion. Reilly’s mother brings him to the ancient Plymouth one evening, and while the doctor was checking her, Reilly waits for her.
In A Confederacy of Dunces audiobook, Officer Angelo Mancuso comes to Reilly as he was waiting for his mom and requests Reilly to show his identification. Faced with Mancuso’s unreasonable passion and intimidating attitude, Reilly pleads his honesty to the people there while criticising the city’s social evils and police corruption. In the ensuing uproar, Reilly’s mom and Reilly flee to a bar for safety. After that, Mrs Reilly consumes an excessive amount of alcohol. As a consequence, she has a car accident. The overall cost of the accident is $1200. For the very first time in several years, Ignatius is obliged to work so that he can assist his mom to compensate for the car accident.
In A Confederacy of Dunces audiobook free, what happens is a sequence of events that reveal a unique ensemble cast and their relationships with one another as a result of, or in response to, Ignatius’s shift from a low-pay job to another low pay job. Ignatius’ concern with his appearance, his short-tempered behaviour towards his mom, and his practice of visiting cinemas just to rant and denounce the performers on-screen are all portrayed throughout A Confederacy of Dunces audiobook free. The audience delves into the mind of a person who becomes debilitated whenever he feels pressured.
John Kennedy Toole wrote A Confederacy of Dunces audiobook.
John Kennedy Toole was born on the 17th of December 1937. He was a writer from the United States. He won the Pulitzer Prize for his posthumously released book A Confederacy of Dunces. He’s also the author of The Neon Bible.
Toole grew up in New Orleans. His mom, Thelma, instilled in him a love of culture from an early age. He authored his debut book, The Neon Bible, when he was 16 years old later, he rejected it.
Toole won Tulane University academic scholarship in New Orleans. He went to Columbia University in New York after finishing his studies at Tulane and taught at Hunter College at the same time. He was also a professor at several Louisiana colleges. He also taught English to Spanish soldiers in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Toole presented Dunces to Robert Gottlieb, the editor. Gottlieb thought Toole was brilliant but thought his comic book was worthless. Toole scrapped the manuscript after multiple modifications failed to satisfy Gottlieb. Toole ran away from home, depressed and being persecuted, and embarked on a cross-country trek. He came to a halt near Biloxi, Mississippi, where he did suicide. After many years, his mom brought the Dunces draft to the notice of writer Walker Percy.
He killed himself on the 26th of March 1969 at the age of 31.
The narrator of A Confederacy of Dunces audiobook is Barrett Whitener. Other audiobooks that Barrett Whitener has also narrated are Catch Me If You Can, Emotional Intelligence, and No Room for Error.
The length of A Confederacy of Dunces audiobook is 13 hours and 32 minutes.
Blackstone Audio, Inc. published A Confederacy of Dunces audiobook on 12/26/2004.