Moreover, why does Marji want to become a prophet?
”I wanted to be a prophet because our maid did not eat with us. Because my father had a Cadillac.
Also Know, what are Satrapi’s main reasons for writing Persepolis? Persepolis was not originally written in Farsi, Satrapi’s first language, but in French. She did not write her book for an Iranian audience. Satrapi’s goal was to provide an alternative outlook into Iran for “westerners” who consumed the false and negative media attention given to Iran at that time.
Thereof, how does Marji’s relationship with God begin to change?
It’s changing because she starts to move him away and she starts to change the way of seeing him because she starts to think differently. She thought that the king was chosen by God , and her rationale was God .
How does Marji change throughout the book?
The Islamic Revolution was when the Iranian people “demonstrated” in order to change the government . Marji , the protagonist, was living a normal life, when people started protesting to throw off the Shah. Marjane shows that she lost her innocence throughout Persepolis when she stole a cigarette from her Uncle.