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The review is rated PG13, for some of the content discussed. Marjane Satrapi is best known as the matjane of Persepolis, an autobiographical graphic novel about her life growing up in an educated, political family in Iran and her experience in a boarding school in Austria. Satrapi and her graphic novels. Satrapi then moved to Strasbourg, France.
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If you’re interested in buying Embroideriesjust click on the image below to go through my link. Dove ero io quando dovevo conoscere la Satrapi? A conversation over a cup of tea one afternoon in Tehran over sex and secrets being shared among the women in you family and neighbourhood. What did I think? However, it was rather disappointing. Ahana rated it did not like it Jul 29, Bordaados book maarjane marriage, couple life, love and sex in Iran.
This conversation really hit home for me. Beli buku ini di toko buku Gramedia Jayapura Family gossip is my Achilles’ heel.
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Me pueden hacer saber si lo tienen, por favor. She experienced an Iraqi air raid and Scud missile attacks on Tehran.
Knowing all this, the synopsis for Embroideries intrigued me greatly in the basis that it afforded me an opportunity to see the female Iranian culture behind closed doors. I sometimes feel guilty about being an American woman. Satrapi grew up in Tehran in a family which was involved with communist and socialist movements in Iran prior to the Iranian Revolution.
I was so underwhelmed by this book after reading Persepolis I and II. Buy a Coffee for nat bookspoils with Ko-fi. Almost all are about sex and while men are usually bad, the women are also silly, overly romantic and as often victims of their own weaknesses.
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The only complain I have with this book is that it is too short. I’ll make a small commission! Marjahe alright, it feels very much like a small side project compared to Persepolis.
Lists with This Book. It’s just to say that at this particular moment, my reading of Embroideries is that it is anything but feminist. Mashael rated it did not like it Jun 08, There are no discussion topics on this book yet. This was definitely the worst of the Satrapi books that I have read. It has been correctly described as the “Sex and The City- The Middle East style” and it had me laughing out of my wits at various points.
I need art to be redemptive in some way, and I also need the negativity to have some sort of justification.
I was happy to find this one and another of her works. I wondered if the public library in my town might have some of her books on hand since they’ve just added in a collection of graphic novels upstairs for adult readers.
Embroideries, by Marjane Satrapi,Pantheon. Clearly a book just for women. I also really appreciate the easy nuance and personhood it brings to Satrapi’s family. Some will birdados a smile to your lips, some an instinctive shudder and some a raised eyebrow.
I agree with Lesley, this book was an extremely quick read and definitely felt like it was just to have another book. However I still satraapi it quite funny and real. If you multiply these kids by generation you have, I don’t know,princes [and princesses]. If something so bald and forthright does not snap you to attention, not much can. Gather a group of Iranian women of all ages together for a few cups of tea and you get “Embroideries”.
Preview — Safrapi by Marjane Satrapi. Open Preview See a Problem? There was talk of marriage, love, unfeasible men, sex, double standards, body image If you multiply these kids by generation you have, I don’t know,princes [and princesses].
Not sure if I’d be comfortable recommending it though. She grew up in Tehran, where she studied at the French school, before leaving for Vienna and then Strasbourg to study illustration. Read Persepolis, skip this one.
She tells the stories of about 7 women I was disappointed by Marjane Satrapi’s follow up to the fantastic two volume “Persepolis”. Finished in one shot, that’s how amazing and laughable this book was.