A Graphic Memoir of Coming of Age in IranBook - 2009
A graphic debut by an award-winning artist originally from Teheran depicts the experiences of a young woman growing up under Shiite Law and the poignant struggles that reflect her culture's necessity for freedom. Original.
In the tradition of graphic memoirs such as Marjane Satrapi’s Persepolis, comes the story of a young Iranian woman’s struggles with growing up under Shiite Law, her journey into adulthood, and the daughter whom she had to leave behind when she left Iran. NYLON ROAD is a window into the soul of a culture that we are still struggling to understand. Beautifully told, poignant, this is a powerful work about the necessity of freedom.
In a story told in graphic novel format, an artist originally from Teheran depicts her experiences of growing up under Shiite Law and life in Switzerland as an adult.
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