This exhibit features pieces of art that mutually, in one way or another, represent the term "power". Both of these books illustrated the ability of strength and power in both a similar and different way. The Epic of Gilgamesh demonstrates power in a more physical sense, such as: fighting in battles of war, abusing and raping women, and also being the king of Uruk shows an example of power. Persepolis demonstrates power more through the mental progress of the main character while Marjane continues to mature and grow up. Persepolis also demonstrates power through a physical way although just not as frequent and the Epic of Gilgamesh also shows the ability of power in a less physical nature similar to Persepolis.