PDF/EPUB Parsua Bashi ï Nylon Road A Graphic Memoir of Coming of Age in Iran PDF ï

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


10 thoughts on “Nylon Road A Graphic Memoir of Coming of Age in Iran

  1. Bashi tells the story of her life by using the slightly schizophrenic plot device of being approached in the present by various selves from other points in time It's ultimately confusing than anything and gave me no real sense of who she is today And as her life experiences are so like those of Marjane Satrapi's yet somehow not as interesting I wonder what Bashi thought she could add to the dialogue of growing up as a girl in Iran I'm not trying to look down on her life or anything of course her experiences are to her worth as much as my own life is to me it's valid that she chose to write a book about them I've just been there I've done it already