Funny in Farsi: A Memoir of Growing Up Iranian in America - Chapters 22 through 24 Summary & Analysis

Firoozeh Dumas
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Chapters 22 through 24 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 22: The Wedding

Firoozeh had to tell her parents that Francois' parents were thrilled that they were going to marry. If Kazem had an inkling that they disapproved, that would have ended the relationship. In reality, his mother had said that Firoozeh could never set foot in her house. Her parents knew she was dating someone, but dating was a bizarre concept to them since everyone in their generation had married through arrangement. Firoozeh's parents liked Francois right away even though they had always hoped she would marry an Iranian doctor. Although Francois' parents reluctantly agreed to attend the wedding along with one sister, most of his other relatives declined to attend.

Francois and Firoozeh agreed to be married in both a Catholic mass and in a traditional Persian ceremony. The Persian ceremony was held at Uncle Ali's house...

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