Marjane Satrapi's Persepolis: Cultural And Personal Identity

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Cultural and personal identity are shown through personal experiences. Going through different things makes up who a person is. Marjane Satrapi wrote about experiencing both the good and the bad in her graphic novel, Persepolis. She portrays through her character, Marji, that she wanted to fight for what she believed in, had a strong connection with God, and thought of heroes differently than your average person would.
In Persepolis, Marji is passionate to stand up for her culture. She wanted to go the demonstration with her parents. She showed this by dressing the part, telling God, and going into her parents room while they were sleeping. Marji felt like it was her duty to go to the demonstration. She just wanted to fight for what she believed
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