2. Lyden/Iran At The Crossroads THIS IS THE FINAL STORY STORY BY NPR CORRESPONDENT JACKI LYDEN IN A SERIES OF STORIES ON IRAN WHICH HAVE AIRED THIS PAST MONTH ENTITLED "IRAN AT THE CROSSROADS." SHE VISITS LITERATURE PROFESSOR AZAR NAFICY (AH-zahr nah-FEE-SEE) IN TEHRAN AND BRINGS US THIS PORTRAIT OF AN UNUSUAL PROFESSOR AND UNIQUE WOMAN WHO USES ENGLISH LITERATURE TO CHALLENGE CONVENTIONAL THINKING IN IRAN.

2. Lyden/Iran At The Crossroads

2. Lyden/Iran At The Crossroads

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THIS IS THE FINAL STORY STORY BY NPR CORRESPONDENT JACKI LYDEN IN A SERIES OF STORIES ON IRAN WHICH HAVE AIRED THIS PAST MONTH ENTITLED "IRAN AT THE CROSSROADS." SHE VISITS LITERATURE PROFESSOR AZAR NAFICY (AH-zahr nah-FEE-SEE) IN TEHRAN AND BRINGS US THIS PORTRAIT OF AN UNUSUAL PROFESSOR AND UNIQUE WOMAN WHO USES ENGLISH LITERATURE TO CHALLENGE CONVENTIONAL THINKING IN IRAN.