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Things I've Been Silent About

A Memoir in Moments

by Azar Nafisi

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BONUS: This edition contains a Things I've Been Silent About discussion guide.

In this stunning personal story of growing up in Iran, Azar Nafisi shares her memories of living in thrall to a powerful and complex mother against the backdrop of a country's political revolution. A girl's pain over family secrets, a young woman's discovery of the power of sensuality in literature, the price a family pays for freedom in a country beset by upheaval--these and other threads are woven together in this beautiful memoir as a gifted storyteller once again transforms the way we see the world and "reminds us of why we read in the first place" (Newsday).


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Publisher: Random House Publishing Group

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  • Release date: December 30, 2008

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  • ISBN: 9781588367495
  • Release date: December 30, 2008

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  • ISBN: 9781588367495
  • File size: 6155 KB
  • Release date: December 30, 2008

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  • ISBN: 9781588367495
  • File size: 4447 KB
  • Release date: December 30, 2008


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BONUS: This edition contains a Things I've Been Silent About discussion guide.

In this stunning personal story of growing up in Iran, Azar Nafisi shares her memories of living in thrall to a powerful and complex mother against the backdrop of a country's political revolution. A girl's pain over family secrets, a young woman's discovery of the power of sensuality in literature, the price a family pays for freedom in a country beset by upheaval--these and other threads are woven together in this beautiful memoir as a gifted storyteller once again transforms the way we see the world and "reminds us of why we read in the first place" (Newsday).


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