Dreams from My Father : A Story of Race and Inheritance is a memoir written by Barack Obama, a famous personality, former President of the United States of America. He published this novel in 1952. Barack Obama served as an American politician and attorney. He holds the honor to be the first African-American President of the U.S.A.
Obama got his graduation degree from Columbia University and performed his duties as a community organizer in Chicago. He also played President of Harvard Law Review, where he holds the record to be the first black person to reach that post.
As a black son of a black African father and white American mother, the Author tries to determine his own identity and place in society as a black person of America. Obama has shared all his life experiences from Honolulu and Chicago towards his entry into the law world.
Dreams from My Father was published twice, once in 1952 and republished in 2004 when he won the U.S. Senate Democratic primary victory in Illinois. However, the republished edition contains a revised preface by Barack Obama.
The Author has shared all the incidents which take place in his life. His parents were classmates when they were students. They both got married, but their married life couldn’t run for a long time. They separated from each other when Obama was only two years old.
Obama had a promise in his mind with his nation that he will help them to find out the right place for them in society. So, he never compromised on his studies. To fulfill his promise, he got the P.H.D. Degree from Harvard in economics.
After the completion of his degree, he went to Kenya. Obama never saw his father in his life, so he sketched him in his mind from the words by his mother and grandmother that how his father might have looked.
His mother remarried to a man named Lolo Soetoro when Obama was six years old, and they shifted to Jakarta. Soon, he retired to Hawaii as he thought that there are more job opportunities than in Jakarta. Besides this, he also wanted to take care of his grandmother.
Obama had faced many hardships in life. When he was enrolled in school, he was the one black person among only six black students. But this book shows that he had never given up. His continuous efforts and struggle bore fruit, and the world knows him today as the Well-reputed President of the United States of America.
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