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At home, Sanaz realized she was not living her own life. She knew that she had to follow the rules and wear her hijab and her long dress.
While walking the streets, she tries not to draw any attention to herself by bending her head towards the ground and she doesn't look at a passerby.
''VEILING IS A WOMEN'S PROTECTION."
When Sanaz walks the streets she walks past, "slogans on the walls, quotations from Khomeini and a group called the Party of God." Pg.82, paragraph 2.
"MEN WHO WEAR TIES ARE U.S. LACKEYS."
"MY SISTER, GUARD YOUR VEIL. MY BROTHER, GUARD YOUR EYES.''
If Sanaz rode the bus she had to enter from the back and sit in the back.
As Sanaz makes her way back home, she's probably thinking," of her brother, or her distant boyfriend and the time when she will meet him in turkey." Pg. 82: Paragraph 4
''They were never free of the regime's definition of them as Muslim women.'' This shows how they could never just be free they were always covered up, and on the down low.
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