Without borders

During a writer's conference, I met a lady who said she was fascinated by the culture of the Middle East. She insisted I should read

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Bahareh and I

— “It seems to be a blink away, you on the stage at the nutcracker in Roudaki hall of Tehran in 1975.” — “Yes do

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Excerpt from :

Part one of Marjane Satrapi's autobiographical graphic novel [Persepolis (Pantheon, 2003) – see excerpt] found her surviving war, the Islamic Revolution, religious oppression and the

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