many others that she is going to be a prophet. The teacher calls her parents in and says, “Your child is disturbed she wants to become a prophet” (Satrapi, 8). Rather than be confined by what society was telling her she could be she instead tells God, “I will be a prophet but they mustn’t know” (Satrapi, 9). The protagonist adheres to the expectations of an Iranian girl by wearing a veil even though she does not like it or understand why Iranian women must wear them (Satrapi 3). Works CitedRankine, Claudia. Citizen: An American Lyric. Kindle ed., Graywolf Press, 2014.Satrapi, Marjane. The Complete Persepolis. Pantheon Books for Random House, Inc., 2003.
Compose a compare contrast paragraph on the protagonists in Citizen, Section I and Persepolis, Chapters 1 & 2 in which you compare and contrast one of the bullet points below.explore their strugglesThis paragraphs compares and contrasts the struggles experienced by the protagonists in Citizen, Section 1 and Persepolis, Chapter 1 and 2. Both protagonists experienced struggles, but their struggles differed because of their individual life experiences. The protagonists in Citizen, Section I experiences struggles for being black, a minority in their environment. Meanwhile, although part of the majority, the