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01 December 2010 @ 04:44 pm


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27 November 2010 @ 02:58 am
Cleaning up my livejournal page. Found this gem... but for 2008! Need to keep this alive to remind myself of all the time I waste on the computer. Always looking for recommendations, loves~

i have already read this book
i own this book but have not read it
i intend to read this book

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23 July 2010 @ 04:29 pm
Since Septemper 11, 2001, people from countries such as Iraq, Iran, and Afghanistan have suffered poor treatment in America because of their race, their beliefs, and their clothing. They have been stopped in airports for extra questioning. They have been avoided on the streets. People have glared and scowled at them. Mothers have pulled children away from them. Since that fateful day, America’s opinion of the Middle East changed drastically. What Marjane Satrapi intends to encourage by writing “Persepolis” is an understanding for a race shrouded by fear and doubt. She writes that an entire country should not be judged upon the wrongdoings of few extremists. In “Persepolis,” Satrapi’s goal is to enlighten the reader about the true life of an Iranian during the time of the Iranian Revolution. Her goal is to dispel prejudices. Despite - or perhaps because - her modus operandi for this task is a comic book, she gets her point across: Not every Iranian plots to kill. Indeed, some fear for their lives.
06 August 2009 @ 07:53 pm
Wrote something today.
Could or could not be the end of the story.
I would love feedback. Have not edited once.

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27 July 2009 @ 01:54 am
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