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Author:
Pari, Susanne, author.
Title:
In the time of our history [electronic resource] / Susanne Pari.
Format:
[electronic resource] /
Edition:
Unabridged.
Publisher:
HighBridge,
Copyright Date:
2023
Description:
1 online resource (1 audio file (11hr., 52 min.)) : digital.
Subject:
Iranian Americans--Fiction.
Sisters--Death--Fiction.
Mothers and daughters--Fiction.
Families--Fiction.
Family secrets--Fiction.
Bereavement--Fiction.
Other Authors:
Marn?, Mozhan.
hoopla digital.
Notes:
Digital content provided by hoopla. Read by Mozhan Marn?.
Summary:
Inspired by her own family's experiences following the 1979 Islamic Revolution, Susanne Pari explores the entangled lives within an Iranian American family grappling with generational culture clashes, the roles imposed on women, and a tragic accident that forces them to reconcile their guilt or forfeit their already tenuous bonds. Set between San Francisco and New Jersey in the late-1990s, In the Time of Our History is a story about the universal longing to create a home in this world-and what happens when we let go of how we've always been told it should look. Twelve months after her younger sister Anahita's death, Mitra Jahani reluctantly returns to her parents' home in suburban New Jersey to observe the Iranian custom of "The One Year." Ana is always in Mitra's heart, though they chose very different paths. While Ana, sweet and dutiful, bowed to their domineering father's demands and married, Mitra rebelled, and was banished. Caught in the middle is their mother, Shireen, torn between her fierce love for her surviving daughter and her loyalty to her husband. Yet his callousness even amid shattering loss has compelled her to rethink her own decades of submission. And when Mitra is suddenly forced to confront hard truths about her sister's life, mother and daughter reach a new understanding-and forge an unexpected path forward.
ISBN:
1696610516
9781696610513
Locations:
GFPE771 -- Altoona Public Library (Altoona)

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