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Thursday, October 27, 2011

Infidel post small correction

Posted by Pam Fuchs
, by Nuruddin Farrah is actually Fiction, leaving Princess as the only nonfiction I found.
Another book I recommend; author born in Iran, she was raised in the U.S., but lived again as adult in Iran (with western perspectives, working for western company, for 2 years):
Honeymoon in Tehran: two years of love and danger in Iran

Autobiography.journalist for Time mag; born in Iran, raised in US; marries Iranian man who was raised in Germany; has son; they eventually move to England; in Iran has to continually report to Mr. X who has to know and approve of what she is working on.

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