Read the excerpts from Does My Head Look Big in This? and Persepolis.
Excerpt from Does My Head Look Big in This?:
My best friends, Leila Okulgen and Yasmeen Khan, moved on to a public high school close to Coburg, where they live. I begged my parents to let me go with them but Mom and Dad insisted that I go to a private school. I tried everything. At first I sucked up to them big time, making them coffee after dinner, offering to set the table before Mom had a chance to ask me, letting them watch PBS documentaries when I wanted to watch Big Brother. That didn’t work. So I turned political, ranting about them perpetuating the snobby bourgeoisie power trip of our educational system which forges aristocratic divisions between social classes (I got that from a PBS documentary). Talk about having no compassion or social conscience. They just laughed at me and gave me a pile of literature about the school.
Excerpt from Persepolis:
A page titled The Letter from the graphic novel Persepolis.
Which statement is true about the narrators’ different perspectives?
-Amal is worried about how the political situation will affect her education, while Marjane is concerned with helping people who are suffering.
-Amal is concerned about the suffering of people around her, while Marjane is concerned only with her own suffering.
-Amal and Marjane are both dedicated to learning about the political landscape and using their knowledge to help others.
-Amal and Marjane are both interested in taking what they have learned about politics and social class and applying it to their own situation.
i will try let me see what they are first
cinderrella becuase she is an old character and well famous
odysseus shows many acts of bravery in homer's epic poem the odyssey. first, he shows bravery when he tricks polyphemus, the cyclops, and gouges out his eye. this is an act of bravery. it will also cost him because polyphemus was the son of poseidon, the god of the sea.
“asleep in his bed” is personified.