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To keep the sun alive : a novel / Rabeah Ghaffari.

Ghaffari, Rabeah, (author.).

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Rockville Public Library F GHA (Text to phone) 34035144442221 Adult Fiction Available -

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The year is 1979. The Iranian Revolution is just around the corner. In the northeastern city of Naishapur, a family, including their friends and servants, ranging from young to old, reveal the personal behind the political, reminding us of the human lives that animate historical events.
Subject: Mothers > Iran > Fiction.
Iran > History > Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, 1941-1979 > Fiction.
Iran > Social conditions > 20th century > Fiction.
Genre: Historical fiction.
Domestic fiction.
Novels.

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To Keep the Sun Alive
To Keep the Sun Alive
by Ghaffari, Rabeah
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To Keep the Sun Alive

RABEAH GHAFFARI was born in Iran and lives in New York City. She is a filmmaker and writer whose collaborative fiction with artist Shirin Neshat was featured in Reflections on Islamic Art , and whose documentary, The Troupe , featured Tony Kushner. Her most recent feature-length screenplay, The Inheritors , was commissioned by producer/costume designer Patricia Field. To Keep the Sun Alive is her first novel.


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