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Panel Analysis

Sarah Michelle

on 11 October 2011

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Transcript of Persepolis

Family in black, and with their backs to the reader, and Americans in white shows how Iranians are portrayed or seen as inferior by Americans
Shows how the Americans backstabbed the Shah and his family
Used him for oil and then refused to offer him help
Exposes young Satrapi to the cruelty and injustice of the world Father is portrayed as larger - this shows how in Iranian culture the man is the head of the family and is seen as superior
Shows her father's great knowledge about political issues
Also emphasizes the father since he is preaching something important
Satrapi's reaction is a single exclamation mark to show her shock and absorbtion of the concept
Shows the father's interest in politics and the news
Her father is standing above her to show his superior knowledge
Shows Satrapi's innocence
Shows her lack of knowledge about the world around her and her curiosity
Black background emphasizes severity of this issue and is used to avoid distractions
Wants the reader to focus on the statement
Shows Iran's relationship to Egypt
Mother's stern face shows understanding of the issue and Satrapi's confused and worried face shows lack of knowledge regarding the issue Black background to emphasize the revelation of important information
Exposes his daughter to who the real enemies of their country are and how there are more people to blame than she thinks
Again emphasizes the superiority of the father in the household for he is taller and has more knowledge
Also shows how father is older and wiser
Continues to show Satrapi's confusion regarding the issue Black background to emphasize importance of this statement
Close up of father's face to show how serious he is
Foreshadows the peace that will never be in their country
Shows the constant turmoil Satrapi will have to face in her life Shows Satrapi's dissatisfaction with this statement
She refuses to let her father push away the issue
Her parents seem content enjoying their freedom now, but she is not
They believe now that the "devil" (the Shah and his family) are gone that all will be better in Iran
However, the "devil" has not completely left the panel
He still is surrounding the family
Representative of how although gone, the Shah has surrounded their culture and lifestyle and made a mess of their country which can never be fixed
Foreshadows the evil that is still in their life and the evil that may come later in the novel
She is trying to come up with a just and simple resolution
Shows how innocent Satrapi is
Father teaches her a valuable lesson - "Politics and sentiment don't mix"
Shows how the world of politics works and how emotionless it can be The choice of flow for this set of panels is action to action which helps us to focus on a single subject
The colour choice of black and white helps us to focus on certain aspects and highlights themes of good and evil
The simplistic, almost child-like drawings show the story through a child's innocent perspective
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