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Pictures, Perception, and the Past: Marjane Satrapi's Persepolis
Pictures, perception, and the past: Marjane satrapi's persepolis

“Marjane and I have similar influences on our view of the world. Marjane, as a child, has access to various forms of media, has strict curriculum in school, and listens to her parents. All these things influence her worldview. On page twelve, panel six, Marjane reads about Karl Marx in a comic book. As she reads, she adopts many opinions on government similar to what the comic book teaches, thus influencing her overall opinion of her own government, much the way what I read shapes how I think about the world.”

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The excerpt above from Zach's quiz response indicates the similarities he sees between himself and Marjane Satrapi, author of the ...

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