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Review of ‘Children of the Jacaranda Tree’

It’s 1983, the third year of the Iranian Revolution. Azar and her husband, both political activists, have been captured and are being held separately at Evin Prison. Azar is pregnant, a condition that brings her both hope and worry. What sort of life will a child born in prison, in a war-torn country, have to…

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