You wouldn’t think the novel “Lolita” would go over big in an underground women’s book club in Tehran. But literature, like the people who read it, has a way of surprising you. Azar Nafizi is the author of the celebrated memoir “Reading Lolita in Tehran.” She was an English professor at the University of Tehran – until she was expelled for refusing to wear a veil. That’s when she began meeting with a few of her former students at her home every week, to talk about the forbidden classics of Western literature. She tells Steve Paulson about the first time they met.