Winter in Tabriz
Sheila Llewellyn (Author)
Description'A gripping, nostalgic story of the struggle for art, love and freedom . . . captures the complexities and tensions of attempting to choose one's own path, and the vulnerability implicit in investing in love and friendship' Irish Times
During the chaotic months leading up to the Iranian Revolution, four young people navigate the increasingly dangerous situation they find themselves in. Damian and Anna are both research students whose lives become enmeshed with Arash, a poet, and his older brother Reza, a lecturer and amateur photographer.
Amid riots and mounting arrests, in a state where homosexuality is illegal and dissident voices savagely repressed, each one has to make ever more urgent - and irrevocable - choices.
'A wonderfully accomplished novel that powerfully depicts a forbidden love in a fragmenting world' David Park
'The evocation of time and place feels vivid and authentic. Llewellyn's account is compelling . . . [a] novel that engages in big political questions' Irish Independent
Hodder & Stoughton
17 March 2022
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