In the book Persepolis, how does culture influence Marji’s personal identity?

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In Persepolis , we see different cultures influencing Marjane in a variety of ways. One of the most obvious ways is how she interacts with Western culture. As a child, she thinks of Western (particularly American and English) pop culture and media as super cool, and she goes out of her way to incorporate it into her identity. We see her buying CDs and listening to rock music, dressing up like a punk rocker, and wearing Nikes. Her...

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