The Centre Francophone at Webster University and the Cultural Services of the French Embassy hosted an event with Iranian and French author Fariba Hachtroudi. The purpose of the event was to have Hachtroudi talk about different topics including international relations between Iran and the United States, human rights, her new novel “The Man Who Snapped His Fingers.”
“I think when we talk about a small planet, we should know each other better,” Hachtroudi said. “I see how much Americans and other people don’t know about the rest of the world, I think books can help.”
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