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The Man on the Mountaintop
- An Audible Original Drama
- By: Susan Trott, Libby Spurrier - adaptor
- Narrated by: Stanley Tucci, Toby Jones, Clare Corbett, and others
- Length: 5 hrs and 45 mins
- Original Recording
The Man on the Mountaintop tells the story of Holy Man Joe, an ageing and unassuming man who lives in a hermitage on top of a mountain. During the summer months, thousands of hopefuls line the path leading to his door, seeking his wisdom. From bombastic, wealthy nobles intent on cheating their way to the top to drunkards who gradually build the physical and mental strength they need to quit their addiction, The Man on the Mountaintop is a rousing tale full of humour, wit and life lessons.
Simple - which is all you really need
- By Solunari on 02-01-19
This book was a wonderful story. I thought it was enlightening. Like Ghandi. I highly recommend it to anyone.
The History of the United States, 2nd Edition
- By: The Great Courses, Allen C. Guelzo, Gary W. Gallagher, and others
- Narrated by: Allen C. Guelzo, Gary W. Gallagher, Patrick N. Allitt
- Length: 43 hrs and 23 mins
- Original Recording
This comprehensive series of 84 lectures features three award-winning historians sharing their insights into this nation's past-from the European settlement and the Revolutionary War through the Civil War, 19th-century industrialization, two world wars, and the present day. These lectures give you the opportunity to grasp the different aspects of our past that combine to make us distinctly American, and to gain the knowledge so essential to recognizing not only what makes this country such a noteworthy part of world history, but the varying degrees to which it has lived up to its ideals.
Had its Ups and Downs
- By Tommy D'Angelo on 10-01-16
This is an incredible course. I learned so much that I never knew or understood. I think every American should read or listen to a course like this.
I do wonder, though, how biased the course is toward our own country. For example, in the end, they seem to let the American pioneers off lightly by saying it was mainly disease that wiped out the Indians. I previously had the impression that maltreatment of the Indians held greater blame.
I guess I will have to research and find out.
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