By Camelia Entekhabifard, George Murer
Author note: George Murer [Translator]
Publish 12 months note: initially released in 2007
Camelia Entekhabifard was once six years previous in 1979 while the shah of Iran used to be overthrown by means of progressive supporters of the Ayatollah Khomeini. by means of the age of 16, Camelia used to be a nationally celebrated poet, and at eighteen she was once one of many youngest reformist newshounds in Tehran. simply 8 years later she was once imprisoned, held in solitary confinement, and charged with breaching nationwide protection and tough the authority of the Islamic regime. Camelia is either a narrative of starting to be up in post-revolutionary Tehran and a haunting reminder of the implications of conversing the reality in a repressive society.
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