Edition: 2nd printing.
Duarte, CA: Westminster Gardens, (1957) dj. SIGNED hardcover - "This is the story of Esmat, a woman of modern Iran, her struggle for the right to individuality in a land where for centuries women have held an inferior position." INSCRIBED on the front endpaper and dated 1973, but not personalized. Underneath her signature the author has commented "Written to show the problems which women living in a Moslem land who sincerely revere the Koran must overcome to fulfill the dictates of Islam." The author spent most of her married life in Iran as the wife of a missionary and as a teacher. 313 pp. Dust jacket art by Vera Bock.
Condition: Near fine in very good dust jacket. Some minor notations to the title page and copyright page by the author, and updates to the author's biography on the dj flap.