by Jasmin Darznik
Author Jasmin Darznik is a professor at Washington and Lee University.
Sarah Cramer Shields/Grand Central Publishing
March 28, 2012 Jasmin Darznik left Iran as a child, knowing very little about her family's past. Years later, she found a photograph of her mother as a child-bride with a groom who was not Darznik's father. That starts a long journey of discovery that she chronicles in her book The Good Daughter.
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