2. The reason Satrapi would tell this story is because she wants to tell and express her life to other people and she also wants to show what it is like living and growing up in her shoes. She wants other people to know what it was like for her chasing her dreams and going after what she wants. Also she wants people to know the struggles she had to face.
3. This is a stereotypical coming-of-age story because she was judges and mistreated sometimes. Just because of her race. Just because she was a girl her race didn't believe she should be as smart as boys. She put her nose in books and read all she could to prove that was wrong and she could be just as knowledgeable as men.
4. Because the comic is told from a woman's point of view and is about a woman's experience some men won't want to read the comic because they will think the comic is for woman and is to girly to read. This also matters in a comic because most comics are written by men and based on a mans experience. So to have a comic written by a woman is a big deal and it is also based on a woman's experience. It is very impowering for women. A lot of woman and young girls can relate to her story.
This chapter is about Marjane going to school and having to wear a veil and going through a change in her life. She went from being in a school with boys and girls and then all of a sudden it changed and all the girls had to wear veils this all happened when she turned 10. This happened because of the Islamic revolution it happened in 1979. No one really liked to wear the veil because they didn't know why they had to wear it. There was many demonstrations for and aganist the veil. The school was for it. The people were against it saying it took away from their freedom. In 1980 the cultural revolution took place and Marjane was separated from her friends and placed in a different school. Marjane was born with religion. at the age of six she already believed she was the last prophet. she wanted to become one. She believed in many different rights that other people did not believe in. She was very religious for a young girl.