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Vis & I is an interior monologue during a harrowing cab ride through the streets of Tehran as Pardis rushes to the airport to stop her lover from leaving. Multiple narrative threads and flashbacks, real and imaginary voices--primarily that of Vis, the heroine of the Persian epic romance, Vis & Ramin--interweave in this gritty, postmodern love story. Vis & I ...more
Paperback, 114 pages
Published March 15th 2017 by L'Aleph
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"As the scenes begin to pile up, Razi’s style of writing makes the present and the past move between the realms of reality, memories, and hallucinations, allowing her to characterize a restless soul in pain who tries to meet loss in the eye, not just the loss of the lover but also that of the self and the others gripped in the chaos around her." - Poupeh Missaghi

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