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Unformatted text preview: Marjan Ebrahimi Professor Magnuson WRT 104, section 0038 4/29/08 Home is Where the Heart Is As I listen to my grandmothers aged voice over the phone, I can paint a picture of her in my mind. I imagine her sitting at the round mahogany kitchen table, which is covered by a white, lace tablecloth. She sits upright with her back and butt cushioned by pillows, in her old wooden chair. Her eyes are sad yet stern, but she looks at me lovingly. Her lips are pursed and occasionally break into a wide smile, accentuating her deep wrinkles. I can visualize her pushing away her grey roots and wispy cooper died hair, which is usually covered by a headscarf. I envision my grandmothers hands trembling as she holds her black tea and sips on it. With out even having to hear it, I know she is watching Persian Cable Television, broadcasted from California. Considering the fact that my Farsi and my grandmothers English are not very good, this interview was no easy task. However, speaking fanglish, a mix of Farsi and English, we got through....
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course WRT 104 taught by Professor Magnuson during the Spring '08 term at Rhode Island.
- Spring '08