Persepolis the sheep and the trip

The fundamentalist regime used war as an excuse to exterminate all internal enemies as well and became more oppressive. Although the Iraqi army had more modern weaponry, Iran had a greater number of young soldiers. Along with her husband and their two adolescent sons, she fled Abadan and arrived to Teheran where they stayed with the Satrapis for a week.

Thousands of young kids, promised a better life, exploded on the minefields. She informed Marjane that the missile had hit their neighbors home, and because they were jewish they celebrated the sabbath and they were in their house so they died. His uncle elected himself Minister of Justice.

While reading these stories she finally understood the same reason for her shame and for the revolution it was the difference between social classes. The Fundamentalist students occupied United States embassy by taking Americans hostage. This episode marks the beginning of the veil policy that Marjane describes at the start of the book.

It turns out that the old man died of cancer. Many people were killed in a massacre after Black Friday. On the eve of her departure her grandmother come to spend the night at their house.

Skiing Several weeks after moving back to Tehran, Marji falls into a depression. One day, Marjane asked her mother for money to buy some new clothes.

During the wedding celebration, Marji senses her mother is unhappy, and talks to her in the restroom. In need of money, she ends up getting a job at a cafe and befriends the elderly cook.

At the committee they could keep Marjane for hours and not inform her parents. Marjane received books about the Revolution to enlighten her on what was happening. After that, he seen an old man, carried out on a stretcher, put into the ambulance.

Traditionally when a girl gets married, the husband is supposed to pay her dowry, if she dies then it is given to her family. One day, he made a public declaration that they would try to march towards democracy.Start studying Persepolis: "Moscow", "The Sheep", and "The Trip".

Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Chapter Summary for Marjane Satrapi's Persepolis, the trip summary. Find a summary of this and each chapter of Persepolis! Chapter Summary for Marjane Satrapi's Persepolis, the trip summary.

Find a summary of this and each chapter of Persepolis! The Sheep The Trip The Fs The Jewels The Key. Persepolis: The Story of a Childhood Questions and Answers.

The Question and Answer section for Persepolis: The Story of a Childhood is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel. The Sheep. While Uncle Anoosh stays with the family, Marji listens to all the political discussion and tries to follow along.

It's a little like watching foreign television without the subtitles: she can get the gist of things, but not the specifics.

Persepolis depicts Satrapi's childhood in Iran during the Islamic Revolution, while Persepolis 2 depicts her high school years in Vienna, Austria, including her subsequent return to Iran where she attends college, marries, and later divorces before moving to.

Persepolis: The Sheep This story is told using both images and words to recall the events from Marjane's life. It is in a comic book format. The frame that stood out to me was on page 70 when Marji was yelling at God.

This frame stuck out to me because it shows how close Marji felt to Anoosh.

Persepolis the sheep and the trip
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