Persepolis

claim:Marjane discoverers her identity

In the beginning of the chapter The Socks marjane stands up for hear self when her classmate was judging that she was making love with her boyfriend, which they weren't allowed to.

"Marjane starts speaking her mind at school condemning the Islamic regime's double standards: Men can wear what they want (to an extent), but women must be covered."

Marjane now has accepted her dignity and is happy about herself

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The revolution made her participate in protest which made her group up faster and also gained a lot of knowledge on the situation.

She try's to be rebellious but finds out that's not what she wants to be, by accepting her identity she also made a chose to stay true to herself, live with no fear that's she's a free woman

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