The Last Days of Café Leila Symbols & Objects

Bijan, Donia
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Cafe Leila

Cafe Leila represents the importance of having a safe haven in a tough world. Inside the walls of the cafe, there is a family that eats together, cleans together, and breathes together. They feel safe behind the walls of Cafe Leila and live their lives happily. Inside the cafe are descriptions of bright and cheery decorations. Characters are lively in the cafe, but turn bleak and paranoid when outside. Noor forces Lily to remain in the cafe because it is a safe space, and Noor feels uneasy each time she leaves as well. Zod makes the decision to send his children away from Iran when he realizes that he escorts Noor home from school each day for fear of what might happen to her walking home on public streets that are not Cafe Leila. The author uses different language to create juxtaposing moods between Tehran...

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