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Title The shipwrecked : contemporary stories by women from Iran / edited by Fereshteh Nouraie-Simone ; translated from Farsi by Faridoun Farrokh and Sara Khalili.
Imprint New York, NY : Feminist Press, 2014.

Subject Persian fiction -- Women authors -- Translations into English.
Short stories, Persian -- Translations into English.
Persian fiction -- 21st century -- Translations into English.
Women -- Iran -- Fiction.
Alt Name Nouraie-Simone, Fereshteh,
Khalili, Sara,
Farrokh, Faridoun,
Description 1 online resource
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Summary We hear of Iran in the world news, but these deeply personal, literary tales show a hidden way of life.
Contents Introduction / Fereshteh Nouraie-Simone -- The Shipwrecked / Monirou Ravanipour -- Tehran / Monirou Ravanipour -- The Maid / Goli Taraghi -- Mermaid Cafe / Mitra Eliyati -- Wandering and Free / Fariba Vafi -- Prison Serenade / Behnaz Alipour Gaskari -- Mourning for Hossein / Mitra Davar -- A Bloody Day of Protest / Massih Alinejad -- The Bathhouse / Shahla Zarlaki -- The Wandering Cumulus Cloud / Zohreh Hakimi -- Grammar / Sophia Mahmoudi -- Dogs and Humans / Fereshteh Molavi -- The Queue / Shiva Arastui.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Note Translated from Persian.
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ISBN 9781558618695 (electronic bk.)
1558618694 (electronic bk.)
1558618686 (paperback)
OCLC # 904397845
Additional Format Print version: Nouraie-Simone, Fereshteh. Shipwrecked : Contemporary Stories by Women from Iran. New York : The Feminist Press at CUNY, ©2014 9781558618688

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