Re: Iran: Past, Present, and Future
Michael Margulies writes; I have just finished Reading Lolita in Iran Teheran by Azar Nafisi. Has Nushin Namazi read it and if yes, what does she think of it? Nushin replies: I have not read the book but I have heard much about it. That is where I learned that the Mullahs had dropped the age for marriage for women to 9. A book that describes the past, the present, and future of Iran is the autobiography of Farah Diba Pahlavi, An Enduring Love. In Parsi it is entitled: Kohan Diara (literal translation: my ancient beloved country). She was the Queen of Iran during the Pahlavi Regime. I am planning to write a brief review of this book.
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November 29, 2004