Daughter of Persia

Daughter of Persia

A Woman's Journey From Her Father's Harem Through the Islamic Revolution

Book - 1993
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A dramatic look at Iran's journey through the 20th century. After earning an advanced degree in social work in the U.S., Farmaian returned to Iran, founded the Tehran School of Social Work, and waged a war on poverty and disease for 20 years. But when Ayatollah Khomeini came into power, she faced possible execution as a counter-revolutionary. Photographs.
Publisher: New York : Anchor Books, 1993
Edition: 1st Anchor Books ed
ISBN: 9780385468664
0385468660
Branch Call Number: 955.05 FAR
Characteristics: xii, 404 p. :,ill. ;,21 cm
Additional Contributors: Munker, Dona

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Jul 05, 2012

I recommend this book to both Iranian and other cultures to read to know about Iran and as the author states what we did wrong that we ended up deserting our country and chose to live abroad. Very well written and very clear insight through events.

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