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Prof. Nafisi resigned from her job as professor of English Literature at a university in Tehran in 1995 due to repressive government policies. For the next 2 years, until she left Iran, she gathered 7 young women, former students, at her house every Thursday morning to read and discuss works of Western literature forbidden by the new regime. They used this forum to learn to speak freely, not only about literature, but also about the social, political, and cultural realities of living under strict Islamic rule.
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Reading Lolita in Tehran is much more than a literary memoir; it becomes a tool for teaching us how to construe literature in a new, more meaningful way.” –Library Journal “Brilliant So much is right with this book, if not with this world.” –The Boston Globe “I was enthralled and moved by Azar Nafisi’s account of how she defied. A modest dissident during the shah’s regime, a member of a Marxist study group like so many other Iranian students abroad (“I never fully integrated into the movement I never gave up the habit of reading and loving ‘counterrevolutionary’ writers”), Nafisi taught literature at the University of Tehran after the : Azar Nafisi.
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Reading Lolita in Tehran is a memoir told through literature. It shifts in time, but it is a complete story of one woman’s experience in Tehran before, during, and after the revolution.
She has changed names to protect some from possible punishment and others from probable embarrassment. Azar Nafisi’s luminous masterwork gives us a rare glimpse, from the inside, of women’s lives in revolutionary Iran.
Reading Lolita in Tehran is a work of great passion and poetic beauty, a remarkable exploration of resilience in the face of tyranny, and a celebration of the liberating power of literature.
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Reading Lolita in Tehran: A Memoir in Books Azar Nafisi, Random House pp. ISBN Summary We all have dreams — things we fantasize about doing and generally never get around to.
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Their stories intertwined with those they were reading—Pride and Prejudice, Washington Square, Daisy Miller and Lolita—their Lolita, as they imagined her in Tehran. Nafisi’s account flashes back to the early days of the revolution, when she first started teaching at the University of Tehran amid the swirl of protests and demonstrations.Reading Lolita in Tehran: A Memoir in Books by Azar Nafisi.
We all have dreams—things we fantasize about doing and generally never get around to. This is the story of Azar Nafisi’s dream and of the nightmare that made it come true. For two years before she left Iran inNafisi gathered seven young women at her house every Thursday.Reading Lolita in Tehran (Paperback) A Memoir in Books.
By Azar Nafisi. Random House Trade Paperbacks,pp. Publication Date: Decem Other Editions of This Title: Digital Audiobook (3/21/) Paperback (11/4/) Prebound (12/30/) Compact Disc (5/1/) Hardcover (3/25/) Paperback (11/1/).