What details does the author of Reading Lolita in Tehran use to describe Sanaz?

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The author describes Sanaz as divided between the two men in her life—her younger brother, a spoiled high schooler who wants to prove he is a man by controlling his sister—and her sweetheart, Ali, who left for England six years before. Sanaz's brother takes to following her, driving her car, listening to her phone conversations, and spying on her. Sanaz has beautiful long hair that she characteristically flicks from side to side, but she hides it beneath her veil, and she wears a scarf over her gold earrings and a robe over the orange shirt and jeans she wears. The author notes Sanaz's pride in her hair to show that Sanaz...

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