Saffron Sky: A Life between Iran and America

Saffron Sky: A Life between Iran and America

  • Paperback
  • English
By (author) 

This lyrical memoir evinces the author's passion for constructing an American life with the spiritual fervor and deeply aesthetic rituals that were part of her childhood in Iran. Asayesh, who immigrated to North Carolina as a girl, writes too of her struggle to arrive at an acceptable sexuality in the face of parental panic, and tells of her frustration, during later trips to post-Shah Iran, with the sisters, the Ayatollah's ubiquitous enforcers of female modesty.


show more

ksh 700

Add to basket
Get it by Monday 4th July
Free deliveryabove KES 2500
Hurry Up!Only 1 items left
Add to wishlist

country wide delivery

In stock

Description

This lyrical memoir evinces the author's passion for constructing an American life with the spiritual fervor and deeply aesthetic rituals that were part of her childhood in Iran. Asayesh, who immigrated to North Carolina as a girl, writes too of her struggle to arrive at an acceptable sexuality in the face of parental panic, and tells of her frustration, during later trips to post-Shah Iran, with the sisters, the Ayatollah's ubiquitous enforcers of female modesty.


show more

Book details

  • Paperback | 240 pages
  • English
  • 9780807072110
  • 9780807072110