A young American professor at the University of Tehran falls in love with an Iranian artist and is thwarted by social, political, and religious forces that seem beyond his control. Set in the time of the Shah, this is a heart-warming picture of the Iranian people who befriend, guide, love, and laugh at Marco, the naive foreigner whose love for Mastaneh seems hopeless and doomed.aWea#39;ll make you more clothes, a Mrs. Sufizadeh told him. aMastaneh ... The three men ate radishes, radish greens, leeks, spring onions, tarragon, mint, flat bread, purple onions, salted vegetables, yogurt, cucumbers, chicken soup cooked with lemons, saffron rice, and gormeh sabzi, a thick vegetable stew with hunks of lamb .
|Title||:||A Hundred Veils|
|Publisher||:||Real Nice Books - 2015-04-01|