Shah of Shahs - Daguerreotypes, pages 91 to 100 Summary & Analysis

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Daguerreotypes, pages 91 to 100 Summary and Analysis

From the Notes (continued): Azari senses the stirrings of revolution. Later that year, the Shah is forced by Americans to release some intellectuals from prison. This is seen as the Shah showing weakness. There are also secret meetings beginning to be held to try to revive the dissolved Iranian Writers' Association. Azari attends these meetings and meets those who have been imprisoned. After a meeting one night, the Savak agents discover them and beat Azari, his brother, and the other meeting members. Azari gets stitches in his head and must remain in bed. The newspaper reports a distorted version of the events of the beating, with the Savak looking saintly.

Some time later, Azari feels safe enough to take a walk around town, but he suffers a paranoid hallucination that he is being followed, causing him to...

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