In this regard, what is the theme of the story Persepolis?
The rebellious characters in Persepolis seek freedom : freedom of speech, freedom of religion, and freedom to live one’s life the way one chooses. Marjane rebels because she wants to be in control of her own life.
Also, what does Persepolis symbolize? Persepolis uses positive and negative symbolism to provide imagery to the different parts of Marjane’s life when she was young. She uses the bread swan to symbolize seeing a lightness even in dark times, her bed as her mind and thoughts, and the cigarette as rebellion.
Similarly, what was the purpose of Persepolis?
Marjane Satrapi’s Persepolis is so titled to capture the history of Iran, which used to be the nation of Persia, with its capital at Persepolis beginning with the reign of Darius the Great.
What is the tone of Persepolis?
In Persepolis , Marjane handles the revolution in a rebellious-type tone . She does not agree with the government’s rules and disobeys the rules as much as she can. Because she was a child and becoming a teenager after the revolution, she gets her tone about the situation going on in her country from her parents.