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Author Munro, Sarah (Drama teacher)
Title Forget-Me-Not, Iran : the Story of Keith Ransom-Kehler.
Imprint Bristol : Intellect, 2011.

Subject Bahai Faith -- Drama.
Description 1 online resource (68 pages)
Contents Front Cover; Preliminary Pages; Contents; A Letter to Keith; Preface; Introduction; 'Forget-Me-Not, Iran': The Story of Keith Ransom-Kehler; Back Cover.
Summary Facing hardship, enduring pain, losing all - such things are a bitter pill to swallow for anyone. For those devoted to the life of the spirit, cruel misfortune - even violent opposition - are familiar stages of the journey of life. Walking a spiritual path in a material world is rarely an easy expedition. But, obedience to the object of her devotion certainly provided Keith Ransom-Kehler with her greatest human challenge and spiritual victory. Keith was an early American believer in the Bahá'í Faith, the latest of the world's global religions. She was elevated post-humously to the high rank of.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9781841505374 (electronic bk.)
1841505374 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 729166880
Additional Format Print version: Munro, Sarah. Forget-Me-Not, Iran : The Story of Keith Ransom-Kehler. Bristol : Intellect, ©2011 9781841504117