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However, the naivete was also very apparent as one woman married a man, received many jewels as wedding gifts, and then allowed her husband to leave for Strapi 10 days or so after their wedding with all of her marane and of course he asked for a divorce after he had taken all of her jewels and safely left the country.

For instance, what about the elderly woman who though long-married and the mother of four has never seen a penis? Ahirnya diputuskan merobek sampul plastikna dan baca bukuna dan setelah sekitar menit baca.

But the impression is a fairly fleeting and shallow one, and it’s best enjoyed in the moment and has little resonance. Return to Book Page. Tomo Sesepuh Jaduler Dan yang diomongin bukan soal ranjang One person found this helpful.

Satrapi’s drawings are charming and well-organised, and the watrapi conversation-like and convincing. Embroideries is a paean to taking pleasure seriously and is, in the light of the pinched strictures of the fundamentalists, a subversive as well as satisfying, book. It would be a good discussion starter for a book club or a parent broaching the subject of love, romance and courtship to young women.

Satrapi said that “But you have to know the kings of the Qajar dynasty, broderiess had hundreds of wives. Naturally, the subject turns to love, sex and the vagaries of men. I also was unaware of the numerous tactics used to maintain this freedom in what is a very male-dominated society and when you learn what embroidery means I was enamored by her stories and the way her drawings h My senior year in college I was introduced to a graphic novel memoir by Art Spiegelman entitled Maus.

She is also the author of the internationally best-selling and award-winning comic book autobiography in two parts, Persepolis and Persepolis 2. Now let me tell you about something that happened to a friend groderies mine Damn, Satrapi never satrapl to marjaen you and make you laugh at the same time.


I read Embroideries at my local bookshop and am glad to leave it at that. From the best—selling author of Persepolis comes this gloriously entertaining and enlightening look into the sex lives of Iranian women.

Family gossip is my Achilles’ heel. One aunt, for example, takes the most radical position: What is equally unclear is the reason for naming her extended anecdote in this way. To put it plainly, Embroideries was all I could have wanted from Marjane Satrapi and yet Nah, setelah beres membaca bukunya, dengan ini saya nyatakan kalau saya menarik kembali kedua komen saya itu.

Embroideries by Marjane Satrapi

In this novel, Satrapi and her female relatives discuss their love lives and their sex lives, and they especially discuss societal issues regarding virginity. Persepolis Marjane Satrapi was born in Rashjt, Iran into a modern and aristocratic family.

I was cry-laughing at this part. Comics and graphic novels Marjane Satrapi reviews.


If you’ve read her graphic memoir you would already know that Marjane Satrapi was born in in Rasht, Iran. Are the anecdotes authentic and representative of most women’s views?

But because we see all this through Marjane’s unaccepting eyes, the books speak to children even more powerfully than they do to adults, and whatever makes no sense becomes a mystery.

Partly, this is because Satrapi depicts women who take their vicissitudes in their stride; their philosophy is summed up by Satrapi’s grandmother who concludes: One of the more amusing stories is told by a woman who, after noticing that her middle aged husband was being distracted from her middle age self by twenty-something women, had plastic surgery that took fat from her behind and used it to perk up her breasts.

It’s a funny take on adulthood, womanhood, and sisterhood. Fiery, independent and articulate, these women are very far from the Western images of Iran which often fail to look beyond the veil. Jika dalam Dongeng seorang anak, cerita-cerita yang disajikan cukup “kelam”, bagaimana Marji kecil menghadapi revolusi Iran, dalam Embroideries diterjemahkan menjadi Bordir dibahas kisah lucu sekaligus getir yang terjadi di antara para wanita Iran tersebut.


I was enamored by her stories and the way her drawings helped illustrate the feelings she had about herself and those around her. Marjane Satrapi has a gift of bringing images of Iran to life with minimal words and simple but elegant drawings. But it’s ultimately also pretty thin stuff — and feels closer in quality and presentation to a TV sit-com than a decent book.

I ordered this book for a friend’s birthday as she is a huge fan of Marjane Satrapi.

The drawings help suggest a little more about the characters, but other than the grandparents these are examples, not individuals. She grew up in Tehran, where she studied at the French school, before leaving for Vienna and then Strasbourg to study illustration.

In this book, Satrapi didn’t satrwpi the panel frames she uses in Persepolis and brodedies are common in graphic novels, the drawings brdoeries all over the page, less constrained.

This is the last book I’ve read of hers that is autobiographical, and it doesn’t necessarily hold up to the weight of the Persepolis series, but brodrries is valuable in its own way. If you want to help us continue and improve our ever- expanding database, we would appreciate your donation through Paypal.

Embroideries by Marjane Satrapi. I would recommend the book only to Satrapi fans. View all 6 comments. Full of surprises, this introduction to the private lives of some fascinating women, whose life stories and lovers will strike us as at once deeply familiar and profoundly different from our own, is sure to bring smiles of recognition to the faces of women everywhere—and to teach us all a thing or two. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

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The men, mainly fussy and faithless, come off badly. Marjane Satrapi was born in Rashjt, Iran into a modern and aristocratic family.

It’s hard to judge these women, though.