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HiT manu MARJANE SATRAPI AS ULL. $22.95 Can. IN her acclaimed Persepolis books and in Eo ETS STEN Me COK SCG events of her life and times in a uniquely captivat- een OKA ROSE RG Te nN CN eS TORTS that same keen eye and car to the heartrending story of her greatuncle, a celebrated Iranian musician who gave up his life for music and love. We are in Tehran in 1958, and Nasser Ali TERT Ce emo O RTT eR Cara COU E MUM SM Lo ORCS RMU POEL damaged, Though he tries, he cannot find one to replace it, one whose sound speaks to him with: Teen Once STR Recent err RRO OE ee Ree et ee te ey coon ee em PROTO oa Og Ue Te sc Cs ing the door on the demands and love of his wife k that follows, his family and close friends attempt and his four children, Over the course of the we oe nce Tm ON Cesena Tes em Co PTS mon Tee aaron sem Ine inte oe flash-forwards (with unexpected appearances by the likes of the Angel of Death and Sophia Loren) TOU ONC eC Ke Toe Teme Uke TU Se Coe SCce RD ETON OU aE TT] Py Ocoee eR OOM CON DKS TU GTR OMe Ce CeCe TS NEES AO coma Meco Ton Ls PST IK Ue el ET eS Kes emotional tale of life and death, and the courage ET CSCO YC STONE MOU Sar coe eS OR eS ROT TSO SU ec LCC LLL SS ALSO BY MARJANE SATRAPL Persepolis: The Story of a Childhood Persepolis 2: The Story of a Return Embroideries