Honors English: Reading Lolita in Tehran Graphic Novel
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Sanaz pulls on her robe and scarf over her orange dress, and hides her gold earrings. She also wears black lace gloves to conceal her nail polish.
Reading Lolita in Tehran: the Graphic Novel
She keeps her head down and walks quickly, not making eye contact with anyone.
Veiling is a women's protection
Sanaz passes slogans and signage around her city from a group called the Party of God.
If Sanaz got on the bus, it would be segregated. She would enter from the back door and would sit in the back.
The streets have turned into a war zone, where young women who disobey the rules are beaten and humiliated.
We have reached Sanaz's house, and will leave her here on her doorstep. Perhaps to confront her brother or to think of her boyfriend.
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