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A Response to Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi
Basically a presentation of her early childhood as she lived in her country Iran, Persepolis comes out as one of the most captivating narrations of the tragedies as well as the activities that beheld the lives of Iranians in Marjane’s years six to fourteen. It is in this period that the Shah’s regime in Iran is overthrown and the Islamic Revolution occurs. Again, Satrapi narrates the daunting effects of the Iranian Iraqi War of this time.
Narrated from a child’s perspective, Persepolis not only brings out the ingenious in Marjane to relay events in their true form of reality but also the reality of the impact of each event in her life and the lives of others. A quick cross from 1979 and 1980 indicates the occurrence of The Islamic Revolution and the subsequent compulsory wearing of the veil. She reveals the transformation from French schools and their closure as signs of capitalism; an overall process named Cultural Revolution. While this takes pl.............
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