Rooftops of Tehran - Chapters 3-4 Summary & Analysis

Mahbod Seraji
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Chapter 3

Pasha recounts how he first met Ramin (Doctor). The two bonded over their love of shared literature, especially banned books about communism. Ramin shares his belief that the Shah is a corrupt ruler who is just a puppet to the west, a belief that Pasha’s father seems to share. Readers also learn that he got his nickname Doctor after trying to take care of his father when he lost his arm due to unsafe work conditions. His father was later fired, which is what opened Ramin’s eyes to the government corruption. Later in the summer, a group of rebels are being tried for wanting to overthrow the Shah. Their leader, Golesorkhi publicly argues against the Shah, much to the surprise of everyone watching. The trial is pulled from the air, and Pasha’s father laments that Golesorkhi is going to...

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