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.
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Wrote 4/2/10

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

Wrote 7/11/09

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

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.

Wrote 11/3/07
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
Wrote 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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