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Unformatted text preview: Europe, Marjane tried to forget about the war in Iran and avoid people’s prejudice by claiming that she was French. However, Marjane never felt content until she proclaimed her identity. After returning home from Europe, Marjane experienced loss, pain, and guilt from not being there with her family during the war. She also never told her parents about the difficult time she had in Australia. Persepolis I and II is the memoir of a person – a witness of individual and social loss during the war....
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- Spring '09