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"Do I Have a Life? Or Am I Just Breathing?," in the Washington Post, July 6, 2003, p. B03.

This article includes emails between Nafisi and her former student Manna, who still lives in Iran, about culture, life, and experiences.

Keddie, Nikki R., Modern Iran: Roots and Results of Revolution, Yale University Press, 2004.

This book offers a critical history of contemporary Iran, including information on the Islamic Revolution and the Iran-Iraq War.

Pollack, Kenneth, The Persian Puzzle: The Conflict Between Iran and America, Random House, 2004.

In this book, Pollack examines contemporary American-Iranian relations from historical, current-affairs, and public-policy perspectives.

Salamon, Julie, "Professor's Rebellion: Teaching Western Books in Iran, and in U.S., Too," in the New York Times, March 24, 2003, p. E3.

In this article, Salamon gives background information on Nafisi and includes illuminating opinions culled from an interview with the author.

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