Book report: Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi

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COMPARISON OF MARJI’ES EXPERIENCES WITH MINE
Marjane, just like me were supposed to adhere to a certain religious conduct when we were young without necessarily understanding what it meant. During my Childhood, I was also forced to wear a red tie which I was only supposed to remove when going to sleep. Just like Marjane being forced to put on a veil at school without understanding any religious meaning behind it, I was also forced to wear a red tie according to the doctrines of our church and because of my young age, I was unable to comprehend the meaning of wearing a tie each and every now and then. When I asked my dad why all embers of our church put own red ties, he simply told me that they were supposed to protect us against the devils’ work and help us move closer to God. Just like Marjane, I also rebelled against the wishes of my parents when my parents at school started laughing at me because I was the only person putting on a red tie. Marjane’s rebellion to join the revolutions is a clear example of how we change our attitudes and perceptions towards different situations as we grew up. I also decided to throw away the red tie and vowed never to attend my parent’s church….ORDER NOW………http://unimasteressays.com/order/
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