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Achieving Honor as a Woman of Deh Koh To many Westerners the overall plight of females in Iran appears tenuous It is illegal for females above the age of 9 to appear in public with out their heads veiled and bodies entirely covered Women cannot serve in certain occupations such as the military It is difficult for a married woman to divorce her spouse yet for men the right to divorce is unquestioned and done with ease Married women in Iran who wish to leave the country for any reason must first obtain the permission of their husbands Despite their many restrictions females in Iran are anything but fragile Iranian women are proud strong and work at changing the society they live in In Erika Friedls book Women of Deh Koh Lives In An Iranian Village she shows the reader what it is like to be a woman in Iran She explains how nothing really stays the same for long there is always change She says men grow tall before they wither and die girls like flowers bloom shortly only to wrinkle and dry up The men are really the caretakers and the bosses In the story of Maryam and Kosrshid it says that she is illiterate and had to do all of her book keeping in her head She was successful at doing this She really was taking control in many situations She wanted the school administration to buy one vineyard that was located in a convenient spot She was successful at this as well Throughout the book Freidl gives many examples of hardships and triumphant times for women Obviously everyone in life has many hardships but these women go through so much more Friedl lets you hear the womans voice not just her own observations She shows how women can be strong but also women who are struggling Each chapter focuses on a different woman in the village Blood marriage
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