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Reading "Lolita" in Tehran: A Memoir in Books (Paperback)Azar Nafisi
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Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
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Thought provoking and inspirational. A wakeup call for those of who don't have to justify our reading. Engaging story of readers in Iran of western literature, their feelings about the revolution and... More
“Iran Age 25”
I believe that everyone should read this brilliant book. As an Iranian I could feel every single part of it. So touching and well written.
“This book was extremely dissapointing.”
There was little substance to this book and the stryline seemed fragmented and was at times confusing. Overall, would not reccomend this book