Tales of Two Cities audiobook is a remarkable, highly emotional book of a man’s life in Iran as seen through the eyes of exile choose by himself.
In Tales of Two Cities audiobook, Abbas Milani was born in 1948 in a rich background in Tehran. He transferred to the United States when 15 years old for higher education. He went to teach in 1975. Shah’s government arrest him after 2 years. Milani finally left in 1986, enduring a ruined wedding and medical signs of depression and anxiety caused by the nation’s democratic brutality. This work is a magnificent piece of the gentle, unselfish wonderfulness of the memoirist’s skill which is simply great luck for the audience.
In Tales of Two Cities audiobook, Milani writes on character, location, and period in a properly organised manner. Tehran now defined as an “extremely crowded, heavily polluted, perilously stratified, financially inflated, dust-filled modern city.” Religion tainted Abbas Milani’s childhood. The major aspect is the recollections of early life, the mentally complicated parents, the darkly hilarious reflections over Ramadan pastry scarcity, and the circumcision at the age of 15. However, the entire narrative filled with the amorality, nightmarishness, and odd beauty of growing in the midst of religious control and tradition.
Tales of Two Cities audiobook free is a memoir that audiences will hang on every syllable. Is exile the most trustworthy progenitor of writing magnificence, with its subtleties of history, location, pain, sorrow, and humour? This would provide validity to such an idea.
Tales of Two Cities audiobook free depicts not just the journey of intellect destined to exile, but a positive message about hope and, eventually, redemption for the growing number of individuals compelled to flee their home countries and live in America.
Abbas Milani wrote Tales of Two Cities audiobook.
Abbas Malekzadeh Milani was born in 1949. He is a writer and historian from Iranian-American background. Milani is a lecturer of political science and the head of Stanford University’s Iranian Studies department. He served as a researcher and co-director of Stanford University’s Hoover Institution’s Iran Democracy Project. Milani discovers proof that Persian modernity stretches back over 1,000 years.
Milani graduated from Oakland Technical High School within a year of study in 1966. He received his bachelor degree in political science and economics in 1970 from the University of California, Berkeley. After that, he completed his PhD in political science in 1974 from the University of Hawaii. Furthermore, between 1979 to 1986, he worked as a professor of political science and law at the University of Tehran. He was also a member of the BOD of Tehran University’s Center for International Studies. Moreover, while the Iran–Iraq Conflict was happening in 1986, he exited Iran and went to the U.S, accompanied by his family. In addition, he currently serves as Stanford University’s Hamid and Christina Moghadam Professor of Iranian Studies.
In 1988, Milani divorced Fereshteh Davaran, his wife. He resides on the Stanford campus with his current wife, Jean Nyland.
The narrator of Tales of Two Cities audiobook is Simon Vance. Other audiobooks that Simon Vance has also narrated are The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Eaters of the Dead, and Interview with the Vampire.
The length of Tales of Two Cities audiobook is 5 hours and 8 minutes.
Blackstone Audio, Inc. published Tales of Two Cities audiobook on 04/14/11.