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"That room, for all of us, became a place of transgression." Part 1, Chapter 2, Page 8.

"It is amazing how, when all possibilities seem to be taken away from you, the minutest opening can become a great freedom." Part 1, Chapter 9, Page 28.

"To me, Yassi was the real rebel. She did not join any political group or organization." Part 1, Chapter 9, Page 31.

"At some point, the truth of Iran's past became as immaterial to those who appropriated it as the truth of Lolita's is to Humbert." Part 1, Chapter 10, Page 37.

"...he (Humbert) wants her (Lolita), a living breathing human being, to become stationary, to give up her life for the still life he offers her in return." Part 1, Chapter 10, Page 37.

"I think, Azin shot back, that an adulterous woman is much better than a hypocritical one." Part 1, Chapter 15, Page 51.

"Dancing with your jailer, participating in your own execution, that is an act of utmost...

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