Persepolis, Marjane Satrapi,
Pgs. 110 - 153
"So we plunged deeper into war"- Pg. 115
Additionally, this line has a metaphor in it. The word "plunged" is used to symbolize the action of entering quickly into something, in this case, war. This metaphor makes the reader get the effect of the explanation quicker. Lastly, this line contains imagery, as every text in the book contains a drawing to it. In this case, it is Marjane explaining the history of war, and her expression seems a little traumatized. Because of this, the reader can imagine what she is feeling.
"I didn't want to look up. I looked at my trembling legs. I couldn't go forward, like in a nightmare" -Pg. 140
This line is very special in my opinion. It is very descriptive, as the reader can clearly imagine what the author is stating. The adjective "trembling" makes the image pop up, and makes it clear to understand. Also, adding the word "nightmare" was very well done because it gives the reader a feeling of mysteriousness and scariness. Also, the comic that compliments it shown exactly what is says, and adds more imagery to it.