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9783800051281 - Marjane Satrapi: Persepolis - Eine Kindheit im Iran
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Marjane Satrapi (?):

Persepolis - Eine Kindheit im Iran (2005) (?)

ISBN: 9783800051281 (?) or 3800051281, in german, 160 pages, Wirtschaftsverlag Ueberreuter, Paperback, New

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Persepolis Eine Kindheit im Iran, Broschiert, Label: Wirtschaftsverlag Ueberreuter, Wirtschaftsverlag Ueberreuter, Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 2005-03, Studio: Wirtschaftsverlag Ueberreuter, Verkaufsrang: 104806
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ISBN (alternative notations): 3-8000-5128-1, 978-3-8000-5128-1
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Marjane Satrapi (?):

Persepolis - Eine Kindheit im Iran (2005) (?)

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Persepolis Eine Kindheit im Iran, Broschiert, Label: Wirtschaftsverlag Ueberreuter, Wirtschaftsverlag Ueberreuter, Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 2005-03, Studio: Wirtschaftsverlag Ueberreuter, Verkaufsrang: 221144
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9783800051281 - Marjane Satrapi: Persepolis
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Marjane Satrapi (?):

Persepolis (?)

ISBN: 9783800051281 (?) or 3800051281, in german, Ueberreuter, Wien, Austria, New

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1979 fand im Iran die islamische Revolution statt. Seither, so schreibt Marjane Satrapi, wird diese traditionsreiche Zivilisation fast ausschließlich mit Fundamentalismus, Fanatismus und Terrorismus in Verbindung gebracht. Als Iranerin, die mehr als ihr halbes Leben im Iran verbracht hat, weiß ich, dass dieses Bild falsch ist. Darum war es so wichtig für mich, Persepolis zu schreiben. Ich glaube, dass man eine ganze Nation nicht aufgrund der Fehler einer extremistischen Minderheit verurteilen darf. Ich will auch nicht, dass jene Iranerinnen und Iraner vergessen werden, die für die Freiheit gekämpft haben und im Gefängnis gestorben sind, die ihr Leben im Krieg gegen den Irak verloren und unter den verschiedenen repressiven Systemen gelitten haben, oder gezwungen waren zu fliehen. Man kann vergeben, aber man soll niemals vergessen. Persepolis ist einer der meistdiskutierten Comics der letzten Jahre. Das Werk ist bereits in sechs Sprachen erschienen und verkaufte sich in Frankreich allein mehr als 200.000 mal. Marjane Satrapi, geboren 1969, in Teheran aufgewachsen und von 1984 bis 1988 in Wien zur Schule gegangen, lebt heute in Paris. In ihrem Buch Persepolis hat Marjane Satrapi die eigene Kindheit im Iran als Comic nachgezeichnet - anrührend, verstörend, herzzerreißend. Die Zeit Mit entwaffnender Klarheit und viel Humor Neue Zürcher Zeitung ,Die autobiografische Geschichte von Marjane Satrapi über ihre Kindheit im Iran. Ende der 1970er erlebt sie als Jugendliche die islamische Revolution. Es ist für sie eine Zeit intensiver Freundschaften und pubertärem Aufbegehren vor dem Hintergrund von Demonstrationen, politischen Verfolgungen und Folterungen. Persepolis ist die Kindheitsgeschichte einer jungen Iranerin, die im Spannungsfeld der islamischen Fundamentalisten und ihrer westlich-aufgeklärten Erziehung ihren eigenen Weg gehen will.
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Persepolis Eine Kindheit im Iran, Broschiert, Label: Wirtschaftsverlag Ueberreuter, Wirtschaftsverlag Ueberreuter, Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 2005-03-01, Studio: Wirtschaftsverlag Ueberreuter, Verkaufsrang: 303031
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Persepolis (2005) (?)

ISBN: 9783800051281 (?) or 3800051281, in german, 160 pages, Ueberreuter Carl, Used

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