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Learn more about Amazon Giveaway. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. Satrapi was in charge of the samovar and stated that the tea at noon and night functioned as a gathering time for women to discuss men, love, sex and even plastic surgery.

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I highly recommend this book but will state I enjoyed it better the second time than the first. Advised to scream a lot and cut her upper thigh with a razor blade to produce the necessary blood, she panics and cuts her husband instead.

The book’s title refers to surgery, ‘the full embroidery’, to reinstate a woman’s virginity. Her grandmother begins the session with an anecdote about a friend who was terrified of her new husband discovering that she was not a virgin. Inafter a divorce, she moved to France.

The first Persepolis had a large agenda clearly stated in the preface: I was disappointed by Marjane Satrapi’s follow up to the fantastic two volume “Persepolis”. I think the funniest moment was the woman who tried to cut herself with a razor on her wedding night so her husband would think she was a virgin but instead the woman cut her husband! Told in beautiful illustrations from the author of the equally incredible PersepolisEmbroideries gives a face and a voice to Islamic women who wish to share a story that we can all relate to in one way or another, whether we’re a man or a woman, whether we’re religious or atheists, whether we’re free or trapped or liberal or conservative, it doesn’t matter as long as we’re real and alive.


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Nonetheless, the comic lacked in depth and wasn’t as well put together as Persepolis. Knowing that they can be who they want to be behind closed doors with like-minded women increases my hope for a world where women are respected as equally as men are.

Or the girl who married an old man when she was thirteen years old?

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One of the more amusing stories is told by a woman who, after noticing that her middle aged husband was being distracted from her middle age self by twenty-something women, had plastic surgery that took fat from her behind and used it to perk up her breasts. Want broderiez Read Currently Reading Read. Another woman describes trying to use white magic to make her lover propose; what starts as a sweet little story has an improbably gross punchline.

The first part of this autobiographical story about the various stages of the Iranese Revolution was published by L’Association inand three more installments followed until Meanwhile, the other women are depicted open-mouthed with question and exclamation marks above heads swivelling in shock, or laughing loudly, their wide mouths filling the page.

The setting is a Tehran Kaffeeklatsch well, a tea-klatscha gathering of women presided over by Marjane’s grandmother. A conversation over a cup of tea one afternoon in Tehran over sex and secrets being shared among marhane women in you family and neighbourhood.

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But, while it’s not entirely superficial fun, there is ultimately relatively little depth here, neither in the exploration of these characters nor in any true exploration of the subject matter. She a Marjane Satrapi Persian: Write a customer review. Their histories and choices have been hard and sometimes deeply unkind, yet as they unburden themselves, their souls find laughter. Seperti apa kata nenek Marji di akhir cerita “Begitulah yg namanya hidup!

To ask other readers questions about Embroideriesplease sign up. The Story of a Childhood and Persepolis 2: Dove ero io quando dovevo conoscere la Satrapi? Persepolis Marjane Satrapi was born in Rashjt, Iran into a modern and aristocratic family.

The ridiculousness of the prevalent sexual mores is self-evident, but Satrapu also does little to explore either the reasons for these or the implications of other possible attitudes. It is a great way to entertain yourself on a rainy afternoon, and satgapi author’s illustrations are quirky and expressive as usual, but don’t expect to want to press this book on your friends and relatives after reading it, the way I think many of us did with Persepolis.


She advises the artist to close her eyes a little for that heavy-lidded, languorous look.

Comics and graphic novels Marjane Satrapi reviews. I was enamored by her stories and the way her drawings helped illustrate the feelings she had about herself and those around her. Bold, bewitchingly humorous and politically astute.

No doubt this book touches on the broad subject of feminism, which is, concern for women’s sanctity of civil rights and for women to be understood as human beings.

I was happy to find this one and another of her works. Marjane Satrapi was born in Rashjt, Iran into a modern and aristocratic family. Gubrak, Tuing tuing, yaelah, aduh, hahahaha pantes satrapu gak boleh broreries So I wanted to read another one of her books.

She grew up in Tehran, where she studied at the French school, before leaving for Vienna and then Strasbourg to study illustration. It broddries narrates these thoughts as conversations aimed at the reader while offering no solutions, conclusions or judgments for the various issues discussed by its participants. By turns revealing and hilarious, these are broseries about the lengths to which some women will go to find a man, keep a man or, most important, keep up appearances.

The illustrations are lively and gestural, capturing the personalities of Marjane’s family and friends. Ahirnya diputuskan merobek sampul plastikna dan baca bukuna dan setelah sekitar marjnae baca. A cheeky and knowing peek at the loves, sexual histories and marital secrets of. I have the freedom to be what I want to be, say what I want to say, and love who I want to love. Please try again later.