Fiction. This vivid novel depicts a group of young Americans in mid-1970's Iran, at the apex of the Shah's reign-a decisive turning point for Iran and for the U.S. in the Middle East. SHIRAZ reveals cracks and shadows in that time that have since deepened and widened, providing a vivid back story to present disasters. SHIRAZ is a powerful book-evocative and unsettling. Beyond possessing a compelling narrative, this novel offers a critical look at America's venture into the Middle East. "It's often been said," reads the ...

Shiraz 2006, Xoxox Press

ISBN-13: 9781880977187

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