The Shabbat (from Persepolis)
Marjane Satrapi (1969 - ) is an Iranian-born author who currently lives in Paris, France. Her graphic novel, Persepolis, was published in 2000. In this cartoon-based novel, Satrapi uses several short stories or segments to describe the hardships she faced while growing up in Teheran, Iran during the Iranian Revolution and Iran-Iraq War of the 1970’s and 1980’s. One short story, “The Shabbat,” concerns a Jewish friend of Satrapi who was killed by an Iraqi missile on the Jewish Sabbath.
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Call Number: PN6071 .C5 C57 2007 *(See pages 217-218, concerning Persepolis overall.)
Call Number: PN6747 .S245 P4713 2003 *(See Introduction and pages 135-142.)
Call Number: DS266 .M92 2006 *(See pages 20-23, for background about Persepolis.)
o Volume 2, pages 424-438, especially page 430
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