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Fuck Yeah Marjane Satrapi Greetings to all fans of best selling and award winning Iranian graphic novelist and film director Marjane Satrapi! Feel free to submit away!
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Dessin pour l’Express
Satrapi

9emeart:

Dessin pour l’Express

Satrapi

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booksarentreal:

Poulet Aux Prunes (2011)

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kaseycarroll:

“To speak behind others’ backs is the ventilator of the heart.”

kaseycarroll:

“To speak behind others’ backs is the ventilator of the heart.”

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Olivier Bernet - Irane

(OST. Chicken with Plums / Poulet Aux Prunes)

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“[…] But—-Iran’s not in Asia!” she said. “Iran’s in the East,” she added in a deeply confident tone. The East. That word, I think, is the key to all myths. Where is it, this legendary East of our fantasies and dreams and hatreds? If you’ll admit that the earth is round, then you’re always east or west of someone else. And even if you won’t go by these silly looking-glass games, even if you wish to base your observations on Greenwich, then why aren’t Australia and New Zealand a part of it, too? So the East is not really a geographical fact. And maybe the term “Eastern countries” has more to do with a religious definition—-maybe what we really mean is that they’re Muslim countries. In that case, is Bosnia an Eastern country? But then again, even if Bosnia were located further east, what in the world does the expression “Muslim countries” mean anyway? This notion would take us from Bosnia to Somalia, and from Morocco all the way to Indonesia—-and such countries are to be found on three continents: Europe, Africa, and Asia. Is that to say that Saudi Arabia and Malaysia share the same culture? Talking about “Muslim countries” means, in the end, that the one and only factor defining the culture of a given society is religion. That is one factor, indeed—-but it is certainly not the only one. Talking about “Muslim countries” also means shrinking dozens of countries down to one single abstract concept… so as to better classify them. […]”

Marjane Satrapi, How Does One Become Persian

extract from the book My Sister, Guard Your Veil; My Brother, Guard Your Eyes” edited by Lilia Azam Zanganem

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Persepolis

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Marjane Satrapi, Vallotton: Illustrator