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بنات إيران

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  • Title: بنات إيران
  • Author: Nahid Rachlin عمر الأيوبي
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 233
  • Format: Paperback

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  1. A really excellent book right till the end and the very last sentence, which might in other books of the same nature be the very first, overwhelmed me and left my eyes hot with tears.If you don t know much about the Shah of Iran, the popular movement that spawned the revolution that brought the Ayatollah to power and turned a modern state into a fundamentalist Muslim country, you will after reading this book But not from a political point of view as much as one that details the differences in th [...]
















  2. This was an alluring story about a Persian girl growing up in Iran during the days of the Shah When she is born, her mother gives her to her sister, who can t have children She is raised by her single, widowed aunt, who is truly the mother she knows, until the day her father decides that he will take her back because she is of the age when she needs to be raised with a man in the household Imagine being nine years old, separated from your mother, and placed in a household where everyone feels li [...]


  3. 3.5 starsNahid Rachlin writes with impressive fluidity, making this memoir read like a novel Good flow It moves fast, and yet is a complete story She tells of being given to her Aunt Maryam to raise, because Maryam was unable to have children So Maryam was her mother But then her father abducted her when she was nine years old and he decided it was time for her to live with her birth family in another city She was miserable there, but her sweet older sister Pari gave her the love she needed and [...]




  4. I read this excellent memoir in two sittings The writing is fluid and compelling and easily takes you into the author s life in Iran and into the lives of the writer s two families her adoptive mother Maryam and her biological mother, Mohtaram, two sisters This moving story reveals the plight of women without a voice of their own in family or in public life and the difficulty of living in Iran during the time, for both men and women The memoir tells the poignant story of two Iranian sisters, Mar [...]








  5. I know very little about modern Iranian history all I had studied before was the Persians and the Greeks that period of Persian history so it was a delight to come across this hauntingly beautiful memoir by Nahid Rachlin.Through Rachlin s words, I went on a journey through Iran, through Imperial Iran to the Iranian revolution to the modern day period Rachlin s family is a messy, complicated structure caught between the old and the new modern and traditional Islamic values and ideas They struggle [...]





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