It’s thirty years since the Islamic revolution in Iran. Women now can only imagine the freedoms that their mothers or grandmothers enjoyed. It’s something the author Azar Nafisi wrote about in her bestselling book “Reading Lolita in Tehran”. Now she’s written a new book about her family in which she describes how she supported a revolution that would force her into exile.
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