The Gardens of Consolation

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Parisa Reza., & Parisa Reza|AUTHOR. (2016). The Gardens of Consolation . Europa Editions.

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Parisa Reza and Parisa Reza|AUTHOR. 2016. The Gardens of Consolation. Europa Editions.

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Parisa Reza and Parisa Reza|AUTHOR. The Gardens of Consolation Europa Editions, 2016.

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Parisa Reza, and Parisa Reza|AUTHOR. The Gardens of Consolation Europa Editions, 2016.

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Authorreza parisa
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In the early 1920s, in the remote Persian village of Ghamsar, two young people dreaming of a better life fall in love and marry. Sardar brings his bride, Talla, with him across the mountains to the suburbs of Tehran, where the couple settles down and builds a home. From the outskirts of the capital city, they will watch as the Qajar dynasty falls and Reza Khan rises to power as Reza Shah Pahlavi.

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