Women without Men by Shahrnush Parsipur

Women without Men by Shahrnush Parsipur. Translated by Faridoun Farrokh. 2011 Feminist Press, third printing, 121 pages. Originally published in 1989, Women without Men follows the lives of five very different women when they meet just outside Tehran. The book became a bestseller, but because of its portrayal of women's sexuality, is banned in Iran and the author remains in exile.

Condition: VG

"Silence was no longer feasible."

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