19, Apr, 2019

Worth Jenifer examines Marjane Satrapi’s novel Persepolis one and two. The two novels are an unconventional solo performance, which can be read as an embodied solo performance that might have otherwise been denied by Satrapi. Satrapi gives humorous offers of comedic light relief, and she juxtaposes the macabre imagery of […]

Worth Jenifer examines Marjane Satrapi’s novel Persepolis one and two. The two novels are an unconventional solo performance, which can be read as an embodied solo performance that might have otherwise been denied by Satrapi. Satrapi gives humorous offers of comedic light relief, and she juxtaposes the macabre imagery of […]

Worth Jenifer examines Marjane Satrapi’s novel Persepolis one and two. The two novels are an unconventional solo performance, which can be read as an embodied solo performance that might have otherwise been denied by Satrapi. Satrapi gives humorous offers of comedic light relief, and she juxtaposes the macabre imagery of […]

Worth Jenifer examines Marjane Satrapi’s novel Persepolis one and two. The two novels are an unconventional solo performance, which can be read as an embodied solo performance that might have otherwise been denied by Satrapi. Satrapi gives humorous offers of comedic light relief, and she juxtaposes the macabre imagery of […]