Date of Award
Campus Access Thesis
Master of Fine Arts (MFA)
This collection contains a prologue and seven linked short stories about the life of two siblings born and raised in Iran. The stories try to examine, and explore, the lives of children and adults in a country that has gone through a revolution and the longest war of the twentieth century. The stories are set in different places, from Tehran to Texas. They all incorporate themes of childhood desires, teenage-hood, love and lost, and identity issues, by putting the characters in different and sometimes in awkward situations and settings.
Hafezi, Nazila, "The Tale of Sigh, the Tales of Iran" (2015). Graduate Masters Theses. 315.
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