Religion In Persepolis

Words: 461
Pages: 2

Marjane Satrapi’s perspective has been greatly impacted by her religion, imperialism, and nationalism that was going on in her country. Bombs, protesting, war, death, perspective. If everyone had the same perspective, then nobody would fight, no-one would kill and the world would be peaceful. Although, that’s not the case.
To begin with, Religion is a main theme of Persepolis and the way the photo relates to the theme is there is a person down on their knee praying to the cross. Additionally, the novel Persepolis explains how religion is a main theme where Marjane states to her teacher, “ I’ll be a prophet.” (Satrapi,Page 8) Also, on page 7, multiple images show how her religion is affecting her family by doing religious events. Finally,