Daughter of Persia: A Woman's Journey from Her Father's Harem Through the Islamic Revolution - Chapters 17 & Epilogue Summary & Analysis

Sattareh Farmanfarmaian
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Chapters 17 & Epilogue Summary and Analysis

In Chapter 17, Harj-o-marj, Satti returned to her family. Knowing that she had been arrested, they had been up all night. After stopping to let them see she is okay, she went to stay with her youngest sister in Reswanieh. Soon she learned that her gardener had taken her house and all of her possessions for himself. Over the next few weeks, a few servants and faculty members from the school came to visit her, but she found that she had lost all trust in humanity. Three of her half brothers were arrested and imprisoned.

The social work school that Satti founded was in chaos. The students elected a timid faculty member to be the new director. They abolish Satti's pension. She is vindicated when a complete audit shows that she did not embezzle a penny of school funds. In...

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