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Azar Nafisi is an inspiring teacher and lover of literature. Her memoir Reading Lolita in Tehran weaves her favorite fictitious novels together with her life and the lives of her students. As we learn ... Read full review

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User Review  - ashergabbay - LibraryThing

I had heard about this book from several friends and seen it at airport book stores many times. Yet for some reason I kept postponing the decision to read it. I wasn't comfortable with the hype around ... Read full review

Decent book

User Review  - dcdogowner -

The book arrived quickly and in excellent condition. As far as the content is concerned its tough to get into the material. I dont have much empathy for the author but its decenly written and the topic is fascinating. Read full review

Reading Lolita in Tehran

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I am in the middle of reading this book but I have found it so far to be interesting informative and thought provoking. It is about Iran from before through the Iranian Revolution and the present. It ... Read full review

Reading Lolita in Tehran: a memoir in books

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Nafisi taught English literature at the University of Tehran from 1979 to 1981, when she was expelled for refusing to wear the veil, and later at the Free Islamic University and Allameh Tabatabai ... Read full review

Awesome Book

User Review  - Goodall - Borders

I loved this book! It as an easy read and it had a good message! Read full review

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