By Yahya Gharagozlou,Parinaz Eleish,Clare Wolfowitz
The episodes of the radical ensue in a palace, a mosque, a village, a harem; a tearoom, a whorehouse, a jail. The characters shuttle via deserts and mountains, to eu towns, or even to the battlefront with Iraq. In episodes of comedy and farce, in addition to romance and, eventually, tragedy, we get to understand those compelling characters, together with a number of unforgettable girls. all through runs a massive subject: the storyteller’s legal responsibility to inform his tales – the uncooked components of history.
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1001: Persiranian Stories of Love and Revenge by Yahya Gharagozlou,Parinaz Eleish,Clare Wolfowitz