My Name Is Iran

By: Ardalan, Davar

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"Ardalan's testimony to the feminist spirit of the pioneering women in her family, and in the face of centuries-long strictures against the advancement of women, is a supreme achievement."--Publishers Weekly

Drawing on her remarkable personal history, Davar Ardalan brings us the lives of three generations of women and their ordeals with love, rejection, and revolution. Ardalan's Iranian American parents, who barely spoke Farsi, moved from San Francisco to rural Iran in 1964. After her parents' divorce, Ardalan briefly joined her father in Brookline, Massachusetts, then, however improbably, decided to move back to an Islamic Iran. When she arrived, she discovered a world she hardly recognized, and one which demanded a near-complete renunciation of the freedoms she experienced in the West. In time, she and her young family make the opposite migration and discover the difficulties, however paradoxical, inherent in living a free life in America.

Title: My Name Is Iran

Author Name: Ardalan, Davar

Categories: Biography,

Publisher: Holt Paperbacks: January 2008

ISBN Number: 0805087273

ISBN Number 13: 9780805087277

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Used - Very Good

Seller ID: 1369