Time Will Say Nothing

Time Will Say Nothing

Book - 2014
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Iranian-Canadian philosopher Ramin Jahanbegloo's memoir of the 125 days he spent in solitary confinement in Tehran's notorious Evin Prison after being wrongfully accused of helping to prepare a "velvet revolution" and spying for Iran's enemies.
Publisher: Saskatchewan, Canada : University of Regina Press, [2014]
Copyright Date: ?2014
ISBN: 9780889773028
0889773025
Branch Call Number: 365.45092 JAH
Characteristics: x, 251 pages :,illustrations

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Sep 08, 2016

Exceptionally well written. Can't say it any better than the Publishers Weekly description of this book. Quoting Dr. Jahanbegloo, "...you do not need to go to prison in Iran to become aware that Iranian politics has mobilized the worst human qualities: egoism, envy, hatred, and incivility."

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