Even After All This Time: A Story Of Love, Revolution And Leaving Iran

By: Latifi, Afschineh

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Even After All This Time: A Story Of Love, Revolution And Leaving Iran by Latifi, Afschineh
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HarperCollins: HarperCollins Publishers, 2005. At the age of ten, a young Iranian girl witnesses the horror of her father's execution and escapes the revolution with her sister. Growing up in Tehran in the 1970s, Afschineh Latifi enjoyed a life of luxury and privilege. But in February 1979 her father, Colonel Latifi, was arrested by members of the newly installed Khomeini regime and publicly pilloried as an 'Enemy of God'. Some months later, after having been shunted from one prison cell to another, and without benefit of a legitimate trial, Colonel Latifi was summarily executed. Fearing for the safety of her children, Mrs Latifi made a wrenching decision: to send her daughters, aged ten and eleven, to the West, splitting up the family until they could safely reunite. Out on their own, sisters Afschineh and Afsaneh were forced to become strong young women before they'd even had a childhood. Even After All This Time is a story of hope and heartache, a story of a family torn apart for six harrowing years, and finally coming together to rebuild in America. In the richly evocative tradition of the bestselling Reading Lolita in Tehran, this is a story of a family that had the courage to dream impossible dreams and to make them come true against improbable odds.<p>. Paperback. New.

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