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A life in graphic detail

Iranian exile's memoirs draw readers into her experience

By Vanessa E. Jones
Globe Staff / October 4, 2004

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She starts with an apology. "I've never learned any English," Marjane Satrapi tells an audience of 200 gathered in the third-floor conference room of Simmons College. "My second language is French." What the 34-year-old author doesn't need to say is that her first language is Farsi and that her home country is Iran. The fans gathered at the school have ... (Full Article: 2075 Words)

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