Towards the human eye Persepolis can seem being only a graphic new of grayscale white comedian strips with little literary value but it really is much more. A graphic book written through the perspective of any young woman in Usa, Persepolis offers a large amount of useful information on the Islamic Innovation. The Ithacan Newspaper says that Persepolis is only a bit more then a sophisticated comic publication, but it gives way more then a comic publication. Persepolis provides students an insight to the hardship in Serbia during the 19 hundreds. Scholars should examine Persepolis to find a better understanding of Islamic Traditions and the hardships of Marjane Satrapi.

Persepolis may lack strong diction but the data Marjane provides us with makes up for that. Although this is a graphic novel it is nothing like a comic book you read just for fun. Persepolis includes the Islamic Revolution, with very graphical detail and serious circumstances not typically found in a comic book like novel. Issues like executions, pain and different thoughts about culture will be part of Marjane's life from a very early age. The Ithacan claims that Persepolis' fictional value is catagorized short yet college students need more then high literary benefit in a novel to keep these people engaged. " But at some time, this thought of catering to different tastes simply furthers the declining browsing comprehension. ”(Ithacan) The image novel contains serious materials that not every person could grab and examine. It Persepolis provides the audience with data not found in simple comic book heroes. When people think comic books they presume fun, cartoons, and funny. Although Marjane's life does have some humor to this, Persepolis is nothing like a laughter stuffed comic publication. " The concept of a graphical novel goes against the grain of typical needed reading”(Ithacan) Persepolis is an unforgettable novel regarding political uncertainty and the Islamic Revolution that needs to be read simply by all students regardless of the disagreement about going against...