Marjane Satrapi’s graphic novel, an Iranian family haunted by war and loss, but bolstered by humor.
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1. Marjane Satrapi’s graphic novel, an Iranian family haunted by war and loss, but bolstered by humor.
2. Although Marjane is a child.
3. Fighting between faith and rebellion.
4. Be sure to watch the interview with Marjane Satrapi in Modules.
5. Marji, attempting to understand the realities of war and revolution through play.
6. Do you find this book relatable?
7. Even though the revolution attempts to destroy the world Marji once knew, it also reveals the strength of her family’s ideals.
8. Marx, a historical allusion to her family’s political leanings in the book.
9. Marjane Satrapi herself lived through the Islamic revolution and war with Iraq. Using her graphic novel to depict her particular experience.
10. Brutality and tenderness hopelessly intertwined.
11. Marjane Satrapi’s depiction of coming of age during the Islamic Revolution.
12. Compelling us to take a closer look at Iran and its people, who are, often stereotyped or misunderstood by Westerners.
13. Marji struggles to align her experience with the naive ideas of those around her.
14. Fighting to forge her own identity as a woman.
15. She discovers what it means to be true to one’s self and how she must make her way in the world to be seen and understood.