Pers polis Marjane Satrapi tinha apenas dez anos quando se viu obrigada a usar o v u isl mico numa sala de aula s de meninas Nascida numa fam lia moderna e politizada em ela assistiu ao in cio da revolu o

  • Title: Persépolis
  • Author: Marjane Satrapi Paulo Werneck
  • ISBN: 9788535911626
  • Page: 432
  • Format: Paperback
  • Marjane Satrapi tinha apenas dez anos quando se viu obrigada a usar o v u isl mico, numa sala de aula s de meninas Nascida numa fam lia moderna e politizada, em 1979 ela assistiu ao in cio da revolu o que lan ou o Ir nas trevas do regime xiita apenas mais um cap tulo nos muitos s culos de opress o do povo persa.Vinte e cinco anos depois, com os olhos da menina que foMarjane Satrapi tinha apenas dez anos quando se viu obrigada a usar o v u isl mico, numa sala de aula s de meninas Nascida numa fam lia moderna e politizada, em 1979 ela assistiu ao in cio da revolu o que lan ou o Ir nas trevas do regime xiita apenas mais um cap tulo nos muitos s culos de opress o do povo persa.Vinte e cinco anos depois, com os olhos da menina que foi e a consci ncia pol tica flor da pele da adulta em que se transformou, Marjane emocionou leitores de todo o mundo com essa autobiografia em quadrinhos, que s na Fran a vendeu mais de 400 mil exemplares.Em Pers polis, o pop encontra o pico, o oriente toca o ocidente, o humor se infiltra no drama e o Ir parece muito mais pr ximo do que poder amos suspeitar.

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    1. Marjane Satrapi Paulo Werneck

      Marjane Satrapi Persian is an Iranian born French contemporary graphic novellist, illustrator, animated film director, and children s book author Apart from her native tongue Persian, she speaks English, Swedish, German, French and Italian.Satrapi grew up in Tehran in a family which was involved with communist and socialist movements in Iran prior to the Iranian Revolution She attended the Lyc e Fran ais there and witnessed, as a child, the growing suppression of civil liberties and the everyday life consequences of Iranian politics, including the fall of the Shah, the early regime of Ruhollah Khomeini, and the first years of the Iran Iraq War She experienced an Iraqi air raid and Scud missile attacks on Tehran According to Persepolis, one Scud hit the house next to hers, killing her friend and entire family.Satrapi s family are of distant Iranian Azeri ancestry and are descendants of Nasser al Din Shah, Shah of Persia from 1848 until 1896 Satrapi said that But you have to know the kings of the Qajar dynasty, they had hundreds of wives They made thousands of kids If you multiply these kids by generation you have, I don t know, 10 15,000 princes and princesses There s nothing extremely special about that She added that due to this detail, most Iranian families would be, in the words of Simon Hattenstone of The Guardian, blue blooded In 1983, at the age of 14 Satrapi was sent to Vienna, Austria by her parents in order to flee the Iranian regime There she attended the Lyc e Fran ais de Vienne According to her autobiographical graphic novel, Persepolis, she stayed in Vienna through her high school years, staying in friends homes, but spent three months living on the streets After an almost deadly bout of pneumonia, she returned to Iran She studied Visual Communication, eventually obtaining a Master s Degree from Islamic Azad University in Tehran.During this time, Satrapi went to numerous illegal parties hosted by her friends, where she met a man named Reza, a veteran of the Iran Iraq War She married him at the age of 21, but divorced roughly three years later Satrapi then moved to Strasbourg, France.

    208 thoughts on “Persépolis”

    1. I sat down to read a little of this during lunch, and ended up sitting in the restaurant for an hour after I was done eating. Eventually I felt guilty and left, but my plans were shot for the afternoon, as all I could think about was finishing this book. I wish there were some mechanism on to occasionally give a book more than five stars. Something to indicate when you think a book is more than merely excellent. Like for every 100 books you review, you earn the right to give one six-star review [...]

    2. A masterpiece of graphic novelsThis edition as the name indicates, collects the complete run of “Persepolis”.Creative Team:Creator, Writer & Illustrator: Marjane SatrapiREVOLUTIONARY WORKI remember the days when we traveled around Europe, it was enough to carry an Iranian passport. They rolled out the red carpet. We were rich before. Now as soon as they learn our nationality, they go through everything, as though we were all terrorists. They treat us as though we have the plague.Persepol [...]

    3. ألا يسقط يسقط الانقلابات العسكرية التي تنقلب لفاشية ديكتاتورية؟ألا يسقط يسقط الأنقلابات الملزقة بالأسلام "الأديان" التي تنقلب لفاشية ديكتاتورية؟ألا تسقط تسقط الفاشية الديكتاتورية؟هذا كان حال مرجان سترابي، فتاة صغيرة من أيران في 1979 وقصة عائلتهاوهي تتعلم تاريخ انقلاب الخم [...]

    4. ~Full review ~ 4.5 starsThings I didn't know before : The Complete Persepolis was originally written in French. Way to feel dumb as shit in the (French) bookstore, I assure you. Things I know now : Marjane Satrapi, as a French-Iranian, can't enter the US now. But hey, it's for your "security", all that shit.****** I just learned that French-Iranian had been authorized to go to the US with a Visa.Favorite quote from the whole collection : "As time passed, I grew increasingly aware of the contrast [...]

    5. Visiting Spain for a conference earlier this month, I impulsively decided to do something about my almost non-existent Spanish. I began by reading the Spanish edition of Le petit prince, which got me started nicely. Now I wanted to try something harder. I had in fact read Persepolis in French not long after it came out, but I remembered very little of it; this would be a proper test of whether I had actually learned anything. I was pleased to find that I could read it! I'm still having to guess [...]

    6. This was brilliant: a graphic novel depicting the coming-of-age of a young Iranian girl living in Iran during the Islamic Revolution, who is eventually sent to live in Austria for 4 years for her safety. It shows the horrors of living in a war-torn nation, as well as how terrifying it must be to live in a country run by religious fundamentalists/fanatics. The Muslim leaders recruited 14 year old boys in the war effort, closed down schools, targeted intelligent people and women wearing jeans and [...]

    7. Hace poco leí el cuento de la criada y me pareció un libro de distopía inconcebible en la actualidad. Sin embargo, leer Persépolis me ha abierto muchísimo la mente, para una mujer occidental es fácil olvidar la realidad que se vive en los países como Irán e Iraq que están sometidos a regímenes religiosos extremistas donde las mujeres no tienen ningún derecho. Ni siquiera pueden correr en público, maquillarse, enseñar los tobillos o las muñecas es que es tan surreal para mi pensar q [...]

    8. Ugh. I am deeply ambivalent. First, I found the political side fascinating. If you're interested in Iran's history, the graphic novel format is really accessible. However, I really disliked Marjane. I feel a little guilty about this, as she's a real person. While she and her family were proud that she was outspoken, I found her rude and obnoxious. They believed she was raised to be "free." I certainly appreciate their hugely liberal views in such a repressive environment, but their version of "f [...]

    9. 4.5/5My first memories of Iraq and Iran consist of mixing the names up, having nothing more than the vague knowledge from television talkers that someone was fighting someone and we, the United States, were fighting everyone. Persia was where my best friend in first grade was from, a place she once told me didn't exist anymore before she changed schools in third grade and we completely lost contact with each other. The intervening years between then and now filled up with reports of war and terr [...]

    10. I keep promising to write a full review for this but never get around to it. Basically, I read Persepolis for my Gendered Communities course and I think it's one of those rare reads that actually gets better when you study it for the historical, cultural and political context. There are depressingly few Middle Eastern women whose books are read on a large scale so the insight which Persepolis offers into this part of Iran's history is very important. It offers a perspective we don't get to see t [...]

    11. One of the things I loved about this book was Marjane's very individual voice and how it transformed from the start of the book when she is 10 to the end, when she is 22. Ten-year-old Marjane, by the way, is about the most awesome kid I have encountered in print. She reminded me of Harper Lee's Scout, except Marjane was cuter and more hilarious. Also, more political.Most readers are unlikely to be really conversant in 20th Iranian political history and it is absolutely fascinating to be introduc [...]

    12. Books such as this and The Complete Maus remind us how powerful the medium of "comics" is. It is not all Walt Disney and Tom and Jerry, folks.

    13. Marjane Satrapi nos cuenta su historia en "Persepolis", una poderosa autobiografía que transmite diversas y profundas emociones; nos introduce a un escenario caótico y dramático pero aún pudiendo tornar su obra depresiva y desolada, evita la victimización por medio del humor y algunas veces, el sarcasmo. Nos narra su perspectiva, y también su ideología que evoluciona constante y progresivamente conforme se avanza en la lectura.La historia se divide en cuatro partes; la primera nos narra s [...]

    14. "Nothing's worse than saying goodbye. It's a little like dying."My very first graphic memoir and wow… what a read ! Clever, funny and very informative .:). Marjane gives us a glimpse into the day to day life of someone living in an extremely oppressive regime, but she does it with so much humour and satire. I have so much love for her Grandma.I wish she had written a memoir too."I have always thought that if women's hair posed so many problems, God would certainly have made us bald."Full RTC : [...]

    15. I learnt so much reading this!Around the Year in 52 Books Challenge Notes:- 41. A book about a major world event (The Islamic Revolution)

    16. A question I heard a lot while I was reading this book was "how does it compare with Maus?" -- and if I were to answer that question, I would say, I suppose, that I thought that Maus was more compelling, with more classically heroic characters, detailed, careful artwork (and-I-mean-come-ON it was about the holocaust, haven't we all agreed that's the official trump card?) -- but I'm not sure that it actually makes much sense to compare this book with Maus. Sure, they're both graphic novels whose [...]

    17. Η Satrapi,ένα κορίτσι της "γενιάς του '79" στο Ιράν,μ' αυτό το λιτό,ασπρόμαυρο comic μας θυμίζει ότι αυτές οι "μικρές" ιστορίες,οι άγραφες,είναι περισσότερο αληθινές από τα βιβλία στείρας,ακαδημαϊκής ιστορίας.Και,τελικά,αυτές οι ιστορίες μόνο "μικρές"δεν είναι.Μας υπενθυμίζει,επίσης [...]

    18. Graphic novel was the perfect medium for this story. I am not saying I would not have enjoyed it if it had been prose, but Satrapi's words and images together drew me in right away and I flew through the story. This is another important story from a region with lots of important stories to tell. The theme is that we are all people even though we are often defined by our government, media, religion, etc. We cannot truly know who someone is without meeting them in person. It is also interesting to [...]

    19. Sem dúvida uma experiência diferente da primeira leitura. Vou ter que pensar melhor na classificação e escrever uma nova opinião. Ou revisão da opinião 1ª Opinião. *a ser revista*p-encadernadas/201

    20. Special and enlightening.It was delightful to learn about Iran and the Islamic Revolution, something so far away from me, through the eyes of a character to whom I could so easily relate.

    21. İdeolojik yapının nasıl değiştirilebileceğini, bir ülkede yönetimi halkın hiçbir şeye karışmasına fırsat vermeden sadece devlete bırakmanın ne demek olduğunu, erkek egemen toplumun insan hayatına karışmasının sonucunda nelerin kısıtlanacağını, bu kısıtlamalar doğrultusunda sanatın nasıl yok olacağını, din diye tutturup dini en çok suistimal edenlerin pisliklerini ve din ile toplumun nasıl uyutulabileceğini, başkalarının düşüncelerine, yaşam biçimin [...]

    22. ‎دوستانِ گرانقدر، موضوع اصلی این کتاب، واژهٔ بی مفهوم و توهین آمیز و احمقانهٔ «حجاب» است و سختی ها و مشکلاتِ دختران و زنانِ ایرانی در این سرزمین را بخصوص از بعد از سال ۵۷ در قالبِ خاطراتِ «مرجان ساتراپی» و به صورت نقاشیِ سیاه و سفید بیان نموده است‎دختر بچه ای که از کودکی در مد [...]

    23. Persepolis is the memoir of Marjane Satrapi, who grew up in Iran during and after the years of the Iranian Revolution in an affluent middle class family. Given the setting you would expect this graphic novel to cover some seriously heavy subject matter, which it does, but it’s also surprisingly humorous and sprinkled with many light-hearted moments. For a book that deals with such dark themes and refers to so many character deaths, there is a surprising amount of joy to be had from it. I enjoy [...]

    24. I am afraid that I might not be able to tell anything good or great from my limited knowledge of what-went-wrong or what-kept-her-going. Is it the oil which once was a natural resource? Is it her-smoking-cigarette? Is it her hooded-veil? Is it the never-ending war? Is it her make-up? Is it her defiance?Here it is, I think that it is more appropriate that you hear from someone who knows more:Elham's review of The Complete Persepolis

    25. I think this is will be more response than review. Satrapi's Persepolis fulfills its purpose as a memoir, but I will tell you right from the start, that it is indeed overhyped, particularly if you have read the rave critical reviews. Perhaps, since the field of graphic novels as memoirs is relatively new, a work like this could be called ground-breaking. Persepolis as a memoir is an interesting read. I say this only as a result of having read Part Two of this book, The Story of a Return. If I ha [...]

    26. 4.5 stars - Spoilers-Brilliant, this was so much more than what I expected. I knew I'd enjoy Persepolis but I had no idea that I'd find a story about a girl (Marji) growing up in Iran at the time of the Islamic Revolution so immersive, gripping, relatable and moving. It was simple yet powerful.-Marji's struggles in Iran were portrayed so well, I believed everything I was reading. One of the main issues I have with fact based or autobiographical novels is that I always feel things are exaggerated [...]

    27. "Life is too short to be lived badly"I finished this book in one sitting. I normally don't write reviews but this book is amazingly good and is worth all the hype. It has a lot of humour, compassion and heartbreaks. I absolutely loved Marjane as the little rebellious girl who spoke her mind, as the girl who lost her way and couldn't hold her dignity, as the girl who came back and proved herself, and also as the writer who has written this book so beautifully. To have lived in such oppression the [...]

    28. A semi-autobiographical book, this book offered such great insight into the history of Iran, particularly during the 1950s all the way through to the 80s, covering the Islamic revolution, the war with Iraq and the invasion of the West. It's a story about a young girl growing up during that particular time period and it follows her journey throughout. The language is simple, blunt and effective. It highlighted the danger and recklessness when religion (Islam, in this case) is interpreted in ones [...]

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