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Between Two Worlds by Roxana Saberi
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May 12, 11

Read in February, 2011

The drama of a six month imprisonment of an Iranian-American journalist(Iranian father, Japanese mother)in Iran. She's grown up in US but then traveled to Iran as a joirnalist and stayed there to write a book. One early morning fomr no where she captured by the intelligence agents who accused her of espionage, a charge that she first pushed to accept (because of the circumstances she explains in her book) but then denied it. She had put together the drama she lived in those six months being in jail, what she and her other women's cellmates were going through just from her perspectives, analyzing the complicated laws ruling in Iran and how things work in Iran.
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