In the introduction to Persepolis, Marjane Satrapi explains that one of her goals in writing the book was to prevent “an entire nation” from being “judged by the wrongdoings of a few extremists.” In other words, she wants to dispel common negative stereotypes that outsiders tend to have about Iranians.  Assuming that is her goal, write a paper in which you examine whether you think she is successful in this task or not.  Keep in mind that the most successful papers often do not totally choose one side, but instead may argue that the author is partially successful and partially unsuccessful (and then explain why).