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A dramatic look at Iran's journey through the 20th century. After earning an advanced degree in ...
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.
Posted October 27, 2001
Sattareh Farman Farmaian takes us through the years of her life starting with tales of her enlightened father's home to the political intrigue of her professional life during the Iranian Islamic Revolution. This book is masterfully crafted and will capture your attention and change misconceptions we westerners have about the East. This book will encourage you to live life with more vigor and gusto, following in the author's footsteps. If you are looking for a different read, try this one and change your day!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.