Guilherme Criscuolo Criscuolo itibaren South Salem, OH, Birleşik Devletler
This book really gave me a sense of the kinds of resistance possible in places like Tehran, where there is so much gender-based repression. The book is written by a woman who taught Lolita to a group of young female students, even after she lost her place at the university where she worked. I find it to be a very balanced, intelligent look at the prospects for women in modern-day Iran, especially as regards education and the intellectual sphere. Mind you, I know absolutely nothing about Iran beyond what I get from headlines, so it may not be as balanced or as intelligent as I find it to be. Anyway, I liked it a lot, and I don't usually read much nonfiction, so.
I love history and this author brings the people and the battles of the Civil War to life. I especially love his depiction of our Maine Civil War hero - Joshua Chamberlain. A fascinating read from start to finish.