Writing Assignment 2: Persepolis
In the book Persepolis, there are two major phases that happens in the Iranian Revolution. In the first phase, the Shah is overthrown and after the Shah is gone, a radical theory is established. In Persepolis, the main point or the outline story reflects on how the law in forcing them to change their way of living in this story. In this book, there were many ways of living during the revolution.
In this book, Satrapi explains how she lived when she was a child. All the difficulties she went through during the revolutions and also how other people in her community struggled daily to live. A major problem Satrapi seemed to have a problem with was during the war when they had to wear veil and Satrapi didn’t like wearing the veil because she never understood the purpose of them wearing it. During this time, people of her society were often times forced to do things that they did not want to.
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Although, her mother did protest against the change, she asked for better from God. Her family and their reaction to the change may have been a little visceral, which means that they had deep feelings about the change rather than understanding the change. It’s almost as if they don’t know what to say about the change and what to expect of it based on the previous phase the occurred.
In conclusion, there were many changes that occurred in the revolution. There were also many changes in life with families and how they had to do certain things just to make sure their family could survive and with Satrapi, she had it good. Her parents actually cared about her and did every and anything to make sure Satrapi had what she needed. The change between the first and second phase changed because maybe the family wasn’t aware of what could happen that when the second change came around, they were clueless of