Maus

A Survivor's Tale, My Father Bleeds History (Maus)

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Maus is a moving graphic novel which tells the story of the author's strained relationship with his elderly father, a Polish-American Jew who lived through the Nazi holocaust. Wikipedia article: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maus
Saha
Ha scritto il 02/04/10

it's incredibly original and so hard to bear sometimes: the images are so deeply real....you feel the pain on your skin, you can hear them screaming....

Readingrat
Ha scritto il 11/07/09
Maus

A unique and very interesting way to tell the story of the holocaust.

David Johncock
Ha scritto il 25/04/08

Outstanding and heartbreaking, not only in its brutally honest depiction of the horrors of the holocaust, but also in its exploration of the troubled relationship between a holocaust survivor and his son.

sueniverse
Ha scritto il 03/11/07
is required reading for my critical thinking in literature class; at first the drawings seem simple, too simple; but as i read into it, the story becomes more powerful, moving; an honest recollection of the holocaust; and honest reaction from the sto...Continua

Giuseppe Pizzimenti
Ha scritto il Jan 27, 2010, 20:06
Art Spiegelman's MAUS: Working-Through The Trauma of the HolocaustResponses to the Holocaust: A Hypermedia Sourcebook for the Humanities ( Robert S. Leventhal , Department of German - University of Virginia - May 8, 1995)

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