Letters to My Torturer by Houshang Asadi
Love, Revolution, and Imprisonment in Iran 1st (first) edition by Asadi, Houshang published by Oneworld (2010) [Hardcover]

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Recounts the author's experiences as a political prisoner in Iran subjected to solitary confinement and torture.
 

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Published June 1, 2010 by Oneworld. 325 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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As a little boy, Asadi kissed the hand of the Ayatollah Khomeini, just prior to the cleric’s exile from Iran.

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When Houshang Asadi's feet hurt, he doesn't have to wonder why.

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In this book, Asadi, now in exile in Paris, addresses a series of letters to Brother Hamid, the man who for two years subjected Asadi to bouts of inconceivable mental and physical degradation in an attempt to force him to ‘confess’.

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