by Jacqueline Saper
The “From Miniskirt to Hijab: A Girl in Revolutionary Iran” is an informative book that captures a difficult time in Iranian history with honesty and candor. The author of this great book is Jacqueline Saper. Jacqueline is a CPA, educator, translator, and public speaker. She is an expert on Iranian subject matter, her opinion columns and articles regularly appear in national and international publications. In this book, Jacqueline tells her love for the country of her birth. She was born in Tehran to Iranian and British parents.
Saper describes her childhood in prerevolutionary Iran and how she gradually became aware of the paradoxes in her life and community. She loves to wear modern clothes and doing a job in modeling. But Iran was not giving permission to her for modeling. In 1987, she eventually fled to the United States with her husband and children. In the United States, now she has broad environment, so she can easily do what she wants. To know more, read this best-selling biography book of Saper.