Rooftops of Tehran - Chapters 15-16 Summary & Analysis

Mahbod Seraji
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Chapter 15

The SAVAK give strict instructions that nobody is allowed to mourn for the Doctor, or even acknowledge his death. They discourage everyone from going to see his grave, a simple marker that only bears his name. Pasha decides to do something to honor the Doctor anyway. He remembers the red roses that the Doctor painted before he left. He goes to the spot where the Doctor was taken and plants a red rose bush in the evening. That following morning, the rest of the neighborhood wakes up surprised to see it there, but they understand what it means and all talk about wanting to take care of it and preserve it in his memory.

On the 3rd, 7th, and 40th day after a person's death, there are gatherings to remember the deceased. It is while he is preparing for one of these...

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