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    a child needs to be around. In the best selling book, Persepolis, the Iranian Revolution changes the perspective of Marjane Satrapi on her religion, danger, and nationalism. Due to these changes, Marjane’s youth and innocence go away. Throughout the book, Marjane Satrapi is seen as this young girl that is affected deeply in many ways by the iranian revolution. One of the things that is affected the most due to the revolution is her religion. At the beginning of the book, Marjane is shown as…

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    throughout the world and as a way to keep control of Iranian oil. They secretly got rid of him with the use of the press and massive protests throughout Iran. Although they were successful, the overthrow had some unforeseen consequences. This overthrow is credited with fueling the hatred of the West and led to the 1979 Iranian revolution.…

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    The 1979 Islamic Revolution in Iran stemmed from several factors, all trying to contribute towards an improved country. Factors that led to the revolution included economic, religious, and Western factors, that would eventually lead to a great historical revolution in Iran. These factors created great opposition parties towards the king of Iran, known as the Shah. As the ideologies in Iran developed, Iranians joined together while fighting for the ultimate removal of the Shah from Iran in 1979,…

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    that Americans know very little about Iran and Iranians, and I agree. Before reading her book, I would have been confused and lost if anyone asked more for any information about Iran. After reading Funny in Farsi I feel as thought I have a better understanding of Iran, Iranian culture, and Iranian Americans. One of the most interesting things I learned, was how American’s views and opinions of Iran and Iranian people changed after the Iranian Revolution and hostage situation. I have no memory…

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    had asked many questions to have more of an understanding of where she was from. The young Dumas had thought that Americans did not know a lot about geography. She had taught them how to say “I am an idiot” thinking it was a bad word. After the revolution Americans had thought they knew everything about Iran and its people and they have strong opinions about it. Summary: The story “With a little help from my friends” is an excerpt from a non-fiction story written by Firoozeh Dumas. The story…

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    after the 1953 Iranian Coup. The CIA and the British were the masterminds of the coup. It removed the Prime Minister of Iran, Mohammad Mosaddegh. His plan was to nationalize Iranian oil and reduce America’s and England’s intervention in Iran. Both countries were worried of the plan and launched…

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    Iranian Immigrants

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    and lot more. As time passed, the number or immigrants started to increase. Some of these immigrations were for pleasure as others were forced. Not all of them have the same reasons. This paper focuses on the less known immigrants from Middle East, Iranian, and the reason why they immigrated to the United States. Iran is a very small country, with a population of nearly eighty- million people. Born and raised in Iran, I surely can tell a lot about Iran and the people. But what always grabbed my…

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    What if someone told you, you can’t go to school? What if someone told you, you can’t work here? Some women have been killed for disobeying these rules. If someone has told you any of these things, then you might be an Iranian woman. Since most people can remember not just Iranian women but women in the Middle East have had a difficult life. A lot of these women do not have their basic human rights. Sure things have gotten a little better over time but they are still way far behind and it’s not…

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    Iran before, during, and as a result of the 1979 Islamic Revolution. The first part of Ebadi’s life were significant, as the people around her and the experiences she encountered instilled ideas within her that remained with her throughout adulthood. Through a discussion of the influence of her family and the primary factors of her early years, this paper emphasizes the first part of Shirin Ebadi’s life in Iran leading up to the Islamic Revolution. During Shirin Ibadi’s early life, she did not…

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    Perseplois

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    1.The significance in the setting in Perseplois, tells the reader the mood, attitude, and nature of the story. Physical setting takes place in Iran. Temporal setting is during a culture revolution; “In 1979 a revolution took place. It was later called ‘The Islamic Revolution’.” Social environment takes its role as the people of Iran protest and object the transition taking place in their homeland; “Things started to degenerate. The Army shot at them. And they threw stones at the army.” The…

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