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(b. 1969, Rasht, Iran)
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Works - long form
with Plums. Pantheon, 2006. hardcover
are Afraid of the Moon. Bloomsbury USA Children's Books,
Pantheon, 2005. hardcover
Vol 2. Pantheon, 2004. hardcover - paperback
Vol 1. Pantheon, 2003. hardcover
Reading Guides: Borders/Random House; NBCHS Book Club; Rasmussen College; Seattle Reads - with 75-minute video, 2 June 2006; Western
Works - short form - English
I was invited to speak at West Point...' New York Times (29 May 29 2005)
New York Times (13 March 2005)
An Informal Poll. New Yorker (25 October 2004: 98)
Home, Sweet Home.
New Yorker (1 September 2003: 132)
Works - film
Pictures Classics, 2007)
Patheon Graphic Novels: Marjane Satrapi (also Pantheon's previous page,
featuring more Internet resources; also Graphic Novels at Pantheon)
on Marjane Satrapi (en
ComicsReporter.com: Marjane Satrapi On-Line - A wealth
Entry on Persepolis
Entry on Marjane Satrapi
Read Yourself Raw:
Profile of Marjane Satrapi
Steven Barclay Agency:
Entry on Marjane Satrapi
Entries on Marjane Satrapi, Persepolis, l'Association ; see also graphic novels
Entries on Marjane Satrapi, Persepolis, l'Association ; see also bande dessinée
Mélanie. 2004. Persepolis
et les révolutions de Marjane Satrapi. Belphégor:
Littérature Populaire et Culture Médiatique
Monica. 2008. "Sequencing and Contingent Individualism in the Graphic,
Postcolonial Spaces of Satrapi's Persepolis and Okubo's
Citizen 13660." English Language Notes 46.2 (Fall/Winter): 99-114
Chute, Hillary. 2008. "The Texture of Retracing in Marjane Satrapi's Persepolis." Women's Studies Quarterly: 92+
Manuela. 2008. "Marji: Popular Commix Heroine Breathing Life into the
Writing of History." Canadian
Review of American Studies/Revue canadienne d’etudes
americaines 38.3: 489-447.
Rocío G. 2005. "A Graphic Self: Comics as Autobiography in Marjane
Satrapi's Persepolis." Prose Studies: History, Theory,
Criticism 27.3: 264-79.
Amy. 2006. "Memoir
as Iranian exile cultural production: A case study of Marjane
Satrapi's Persepolis series." Iranian
Studies 39.3: 353-380.
Nima and Andrew O’Malley. 2005. "Estranging the Familiar:
Satrapi’s Persepolis." English Studies in Canada
31.2-3 (June/September): 223-248.
Quigley, Marian. [200x?] "Drawing on
Experience: Animation as History in Persepolis." Screen Education
Tarlo, Emma. 2007. "Marjane
A Sartorial Review." Fashion Theory
Whitlock, Gillian. 2006. "Autographics: The Seeing "I" of the Comics." Modern Fiction Studies 52.4 (Winter): 965-979.
Worth, Jennifer. 2007. "Unveiling: Persepolis* as Embodied Performance." Theatre Research International 32.2 (July): 143-160.
Arnold, Andrew. 2003. An
Iranian Girlhood. TIME.comix
Arnold, Andrew. 2005. Stitchin'
and Bitchin': TIME.comix on Marjane Satrapi's 'Embroideries'.
Buchanan, Kyle. 2008. "Biting
Wit." Advocate (January 29): 57-58.
Cave, Rob. 2003. Review.
Clark, Mike. 2008. "New on DVD."
USA Today, June 27: 2E.
Cuneen, Joseph and Kevin Doherty.
2008. "Women in Dangerous Places." National Catholic
Reporter, February 8.
Donnelly, Daria. 2004. "Studies Abroad." Commonweal (April 23): 22-24.
Emerson, Gloria. 2003. "The Other
Iran." The Nation (June 16): 11-12.
Satrapi: First Person History. Comics
David. 2004. "Persian Miniatures." BookForum: The Review for Art,
Fiction, & Culture 11.3: 32-35.
Christopher. 2006. "The Persian Version: Under the caked muck of
theocracy in todays Iran, ancient and lovely literary springs still
Atlantic Monthly (July/August): 137-141.
Mary. 2003. Iranian girl's idealism faded with
oppression; Graphic novel recounts changing attitudes through eyes of
child. Chicago Sun-Times (26
Kienlen, Paul M. 2004a. [review.] Críticas (May/June): 71.
Kienlen, Paul M. 2004b. "Persepolis 2, Persepolis 3." Críticas (September/October): 58.
Debbie. 2003. "Growing Up Graphic."
The Women's Review of Books 20.9 (June): 8.
Anne-Marie. 2005. Unveiled, Unvarnished:
Ray. [review.] 2003.
Booklist, May 1: 1564.
The Story of a Childood [review]. 2003. Library Journal, May 1: 99-100.
"Persepolis: The Story of a Childhood/Persepolis 2: The Story of a Return." 2008. Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 47.7 (July): 839-840.
"Persepolls 1-3." 2004.
Críticas (November/December): 16.
Prasch, Tom. 2007. "Persepolis
(2007)." Film & History 38.2: 80-82.
Bill. 2003. With Stark Simplicity, Graphic Novel Depicts a Coming of
Age in Iran.
Virginian-Pilot (7 September: E4)
Peter. 2008. "Persepolis." Rolling Stone (January 24): 71.
Few of My Favorite Things." 2004. The Leonard Lopate
Show, WNYC radio. 8 September 2004. listen to Satrapi segment / listen to entire show
Joelle. 2003. "Iranian shatters prejudice with comic
strip." Reuters (August 17)
Goldberg, Michelle. 2005.
"Freedom from writer's
perspective; Author Marjane Satrapi captures personal side of Iran.
U.S. government doesn't understand desire for democracy." Toronto Star (7 May): H.10.
2005. "Sexual Revolutionaries: 'Persepolis' author
Marjane Satrapi talks about why Iranians don't think sex is sinful, the
hypocrisy of American saber-rattling over Iran, and why George Bush and
the mullahs are 'the same.'" Salon.com (24
Illustrator Marjane Satrapi. 2003. Fresh Air, WHYY (NPR). 2 June. listen
"Not So Black-and-White." 2008. Current Events /
Weekly Reader, January 15. [read
2003. "Why I Wrote Persepolis." Writing!
New Toons. 2005. To the Best of Our Knowledge,
Wisconsin Public Radio, August 21. listen
Tully, Annie. 2004. An
Interview with Marjane Satrapi. Bookslut.
Weich, Paul. 2004. Marjane
Satrapi Returns. Powell's Author Interviews.
Cavalcade (May): 22.
Andrew D., Toko Sekiguchi and Grant Rosenberg. 2005. Comic Book Heroes: How four daring young
artists are shaking up the world of cartooning.
Gilbey, Ryan. 2008. "Children of
the Revolution." New
Statesman (April 28).
Kadivar, Daius. n.d. Catherine Deneuve and daughter Chiara
Mastroiani to Star in Marjan Satrapi's animated film adaptation of Persepolis. Persian Mirror.
Asmaa. Getting back to Iran: Marjane
Satrapi continues her tale into womanhood - Simple style better suited
to her previous, younger narrator. Toronto Star (24 October 2004: D.13)
Laurel. Oh, so human. Los
Times (22 May 2005: R.9)
Gordon. Stripped Books: Marjane Satrapi at Women and
First. Bookslut (October 2004)
Heidi. 2006. Satrapi
co-directs PERSEPOLIS animated film. The Beat.
Reid, Calvin. 2008. "Anjali
Singh: Rooting for good books—graphic or prose."
Satrapi, Marjane. 2006. "Pages from Persepolis 2: The Story of a Return." Women's Studies Quarterly 34.1/2 (Spring/Summer): 129-132.
Schjeldahl, Peter. Words and Pictures: Graphic Novels
Come of Age. The New Yorker (17
Tempesta, Erica. Convocation continues with Persepolis
author: Satrapi discsses graphic bio. The
Oberlin Review (14 October 2005)