Sousan Azadi (born 1954) is the author, with Angela Ferrante, of the 1987 memoir Out of Iran, which was published by Time Warner's imprint Little, Brown and Company. The book describes her experiences in Iran during the Islamic Revolution of 1979, her brief imprisonment during this time, and her eventual escape from the country.
"Azadi" is a pen name which she assumed in order to protect her family members in Iran from harassment. She claims to be a great-granddaughter of a Qajar Shah.
Azadi currently lives in Canada, where she designs and sells jewelry.
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