Ahmad Ebādi (Persian: احمد عبادی) (b. 1906 - d. 1992) (1285 - 1371 Š) was an Iranian musician and setar player. Born in Tehran, Iran. He was a member of the most extraordinary family of Iranian music. Ahmad’s father, Mirza Abdollah, was arguably the most influential figure in Persian traditional music, and his paternal uncle, Mirza Hossein Gholi, was well-known for his mastery in playing the tar. Ahmad’s paternal grandfather, Ali Akbar Farahani, was also a talented musician.
Villette by Charlotte Bronte. A wonderful classic about a young woman who is on her own. She bravely goes to Villette, a city in France. She works as a governess & teacher in a girls' private school. It is a fascinating story.