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(b. 1969, Rasht, Iran)
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I was invited to speak at West Point...' New York Times (29 May 29 2005)
New York Times (13 March 2005)
An Informal Poll. New Yorker (25 October 2004: 98)
- Home, Sweet Home.
New Yorker (1 September 2003: 132)
Other Information Sources
Articles & Reviews
- Arnold, Andrew. An
Iranian Girlhood. TIME.comix (2003)
- Arnold, Andrew. Stitchin'
and Bitchin': TIME.comix on Marjane Satrapi's 'Embroideries'.
Andrew D., Toko Sekiguchi and Grant Rosenberg. Comic Book Heroes: How four daring young
artists are shaking up the world of cartooning.
et les révolutions de Marjane Satrapi. Belphégor:
Littérature Populaire et Culture Médiatique 4.1
- Cave, Rob. Review.
Rocío G. "A Graphic Self: Comics as Autobiography in Marjane
Satrapi's Persepolis." Prose Studies: History, Theory,
Criticism 27.3 (2005): 264-79
Joelle. Iranian shatters prejudice with comic strip.
Reuters (17 August 2003)
- Goldberg, Michelle.
Freedom from writer's
perspective; Author Marjane Satrapi captures personal side of Iran Says
U.S. government doesn't understand desire for democracy. Toronto Star (7 May 2005: H.10)
- Goldberg, Michelle. Sexual Revolutionaries: "Persepolis" author Marjane Satrapi talks about why Iranians don't think sex is sinful, the hypocrisy of
American saber-rattling over Iran, and why George Bush and the mullahs are "the same." Salon.com (24 April 2005)
Satrapi: First Person History. Comics
David. "Persian Miniatures." BookForum: The Review for Art,
Fiction, & Culture 11.3 (2004): 32-35.
Mary. Iranian girl's idealism faded with
oppression; Graphic novel recounts changing attitudes through eyes of
child. Chicago Sun-Times (26 August
- Malek, Amy. Memoir as Iranian exile cultural production: A case study of Marjane Satrapi's Persepolis series. Iranian Studies 39.3 (2006): 353-380,
Asmaa. Getting back to Iran: Marjane
Satrapi continues her tale into womanhood - Simple style better suited
to her previous, younger narrator. Toronto Star (24 October 2004: D.13)
Laurel. Oh, so human. Los Angeles
Times (22 May 2005: R.9)
Gordon. Stripped Books: Marjane Satrapi at Women and Children
First. Bookslut (October 2004)
co-directs PERSEPOLIS animated film. The Beat
Anne-Marie. Unveiled, Unvarnished:
Bill. With Stark Simplicity, Graphic Novel Depicts a Coming of
Age in Iran. Virginian-Pilot (7 September 2003: E4)
- Schjeldahl, Peter. Words and Pictures: Graphic Novels Come of Age. The New Yorker (17 October 2005)
- Tempesta, Erica. Convocation continues with Persepolis author: Satrapi discsses graphic bio. The Oberlin Review (14 October 2005)
- Tully, Annie. An
Interview with Marjane Satrapi. Bookslut
- Weich, Paul.
Marjane Satrapi Returns. Powell's Author Interviews (2004)