Persepolis is a memoir written by Marjane Satrapi. Marjane writes a story that describes her life in Iran during the Islamic revolution. Persepolis represents a unique life of a child in Tehran, Iran and the actions she took in order to survive the political upheaval her country was facing.
Iran having the Islamic Revolution in 1979 was the end of the old and start of the new. Many changes that took place in Iran during this time period such as mandatory laws stating that women wear veils and how all games, alcohol, and parties were banned. Life in Iran had dramatically changed in just a few years during this time period.
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The chief ruler is a religious leader or, in the absence of a single leader, a council of religious leaders. The constitution requires that this national religious leader or members of the council of leaders are to be chosen from the clerical establishment on the basis of their qualifications and the high esteem in which they are held by Iran's Muslim population.
Iran's post-revolution difficulties have included an 8-year war with Iraq, internal political struggles and unrest, and economic disorder. The early days of the regime were characterized by severe human rights violations and political turmoil, including the seizure of the U.S. embassy compound and its occupants on November 4, 1979, by Iranian militants. Iran faced many challenges during this time period.
Marjane based her memoir Persepolis off of the time period of the Islamic revolution. Marjane is the classic example of what children during this time went through to survive. Iran went through a time of chaos and children like Marjane went through a lot to survive.
The 1979 Islamic Revolution dramtically changed Iran. Shi'a Islam of the...