The introduction of this book holds a distinct chapter dedicated to Nasrin’s letters, serving as a remarkable segment worthy of study and analysis within the broader context of her authored work. It stands as a valuable document, providing insights into her thoughts and experiences. The letters find their culmination during the initial stages of the “Woman, Life, Freedom” movement, a noble endeavor aimed at challenging authoritarianism, breaking free from stereotypes, and combatting elitism. Nasrin found solace and security within the nurturing space created by this movement, where genuine individuals were upheld while stereotypical characters were discredited. Taking advantage of the tranquility fostered by this movement, Nasrin meticulously revised her letters, finalizing the last steps. In appreciation of Asoo Publishing’s efforts, the introduction of this book will be republished in the esteemed thirteenth issue of the Freedom of Thought Journal, specifically dedicated to “woman, Life, Freedom” movement within the book introduction section.