Escaping the Nazis by Way of Iran
By Jonathan Brent
Oct. 9, 2019
. . . not simply another detail of the Holocaust but a matter of enduring existential, psychological and moral reflection.
will review Tehran Children in the upcoming October 15 issue:
The backstory about how Dekel, now a professor of comparative literature in the U.S., began researching this project with an Iranian colleague, adds an interesting personal aspect to this work of excellent scholarship and a harrowing history illuminating both the specifics of the past and the universal aspects of the refugee experience.
selects Tehran Children as one of their Fall Top 10 picks for History.
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CUNY Book Beat Podcast, October 2019