Rooftops of Tehran Quotes

Mahbod Seraji
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Our house is the tallest in the neighborhood, which makes our roof an ideal spot for stargazing. In fact, naming stars for our friends and the people we love is one of our favorite pastimes.
-- Pasha (Chapter 1 paragraph Page 1)

Importance: This quote is significant because it speaks to the strength of family and friendships in Pasha's world. It is also a symbol of connection, as it will figure prominently throughout the entire book.

I can hardly listen to Ahmed’s stories about Faheemeh anymore because I’m always thinking about Zari.
-- Pasha (Chapter 4 paragraph Page 35)

Importance: This quote underscores one of the main conflicts for Pasha in that he's in love with someone that he feels is out of his reach and does not return his affections.

So now she gives me a tablespoon of syrup that’s supposed to help me cry when I need to.” “Do you?” Keivan asks hesitantly. “Only when I’m taking her syrup.” I...
-- Pasha (Chapter 7 paragraph Page 65)

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