Firoozeh Dumas: 'Laughing Without an Accent' Writer Firoozeh Dumas talks about her new memoir, Laughing Without an Accent. It's a collection of humorous essays about her life as the daughter of Iranian immigrants.
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Firoozeh Dumas: 'Laughing Without an Accent'

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Firoozeh Dumas: 'Laughing Without an Accent'

Firoozeh Dumas: 'Laughing Without an Accent'

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Writer Firoozeh Dumas talks with Scott Simon about her new memoir, Laughing Without an Accent. It's a collection of humorous essays about her life as the daughter of Iranian immigrants, and about some the colorful characters in her extended family.

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