Shah of Shahs - Daguerreotypes, pages 78 to 90 Summary & Analysis

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Daguerreotypes, pages 78 to 90 Summary and Analysis

From the Notes: Mahmud Azari is introduced, a man who flees from the Savak to live in London for eight years but who returns to Iran in 1977 at the request of his brother.

In those eight years, Azari is stunned to see how Teheran has transformed from a small desert oasis to a sprawling metropolis of five million people. Azari also feels the people have become harsher, ruder and more aggressive. He is told he has to report to the secret police shortly after he returns, and he goes to the police station to nervously answer a questionnaire.

Azari learns that his brother is a revolutionary who speaks against the Shah. The brother hands Azari illegal revolutionist literature written by Ali Asqara Jawadi. Azari reads it, and then is fearful of being discovered with it.

Azari tracks...

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