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Ffectively put into words how ingenious this book is 5 stars When I was a Kid I Read Comic Books I read comic books Superman The Maus books are the only graphic novels I ve read I consider them masterpieces Mausterpieces Like Spiegelman s alter go I was a middle class growing up in ueens NYC the son of Holocaust survivors and couldn t communicate with my father when I was growing up He got it down perfectly It was spot on and ranks among the best of Holocaust related literature I don t read much Holocaust Literature nowadays In my teens and twenties I read Electromyography for Experimentalists everything I could get my hands on on the Third Reich and the Middle Ages as I had an abnormal urge to seek out the darkness in human souls I was repelled and at the same time fascinated by it like people drawn irresistibly towards gruesome road accidentsAs I matured this urge to torture myself diluted and I moved on towards wholesome stuff However I decided I would make anxception with Maus because of one important reason it is a comic or to use the accepted terminology nowadays a graphic novelThe comic is a seriously underutilised narrative format Like the fairy tale and the animated movie Disney has corrupted it and confined it to a corner where it can only babble and make baby talk It is heartening to see it breaking out of that straitjacket and maturing in books like The Complete Persepolis and the this one The Jews are undoubtedly a race but not human Adolf HitlerDehumanising the Forgetful of Their Sex: Female Sanctity and Society, ca. 500-1100 enemy is the first step towardsliminating them which is what Hitler tried to do with Jews and nearly succeeded In this book Art Spiegelman tells us a story from that dark ra a very personal one that of his father yet distances us motionally brilliantly by using Brechtian techniues The Jews are portrayed as mice Germans as cats Poles as pigs and Americans as dogsThe story is delivered brutally pulling no punches However changing the characters into animals accomplishes two things by taking away the individuality we are forced to look at the big picture and the race differences are mphasised so as to be insurmountablea Jew and a Gentile are both human beings but to be insurmountablea Jew and a Gentile are both human beings but mouse can never become a cat So ven when we are caught up in the story the political subtext is never forgottenA brilliant brilliant workBTW a bigger review is up on my blog This is one of those graphic novels that Wicked Loving Lies everyone is telling the world to read Acclaimed as one of the best graphic novels out there My take on it is that it was reallynjoyable and informative but not the best While it was very La heredera del mar enjoyable I still had a few problems with it Overh. Son père sa terrifiante histoiret l'Histoire Des portes d'Auschwitz aux trottoirs de New York se déroule n deux temps les années 30 t les années 70 le. Oh my This book makes me want to read very interview with the author that I can find One article I read credits this book and two others with changing the public s perception of comics and potentially starting the use of the term graphic novel I have read only one other graphic novel the beautiful and brilliant Can t We Talk about Something have read only one other graphic novel the beautiful and brilliant Can t We Talk about Something Pleasant by Roz Chast so I am tremendously under ualified to review this I m not sure what I xpected when I picked this up but what I got was a deeply moving story of one man s Holocaust xperience that was masterfully written and by his son Deceptively simplistic drawings allow the reader to be in the storyto see life the drawings allow the reader to be in the storyto see life it was and then the changing conditions the confusion the horror the bunkers As father and son meet and talk the drawings seamlessly transition from present day into the past throughout the book giving a sense that those memories were always near to and part of him I found it amazing how a well placed line or dash on the face of a mouse could convey age joy sorrow defeat The drawings were incredible I m certain there are treasures to be found with ach reading of this incredible taleMore than a story of atrocity and survival this story reveals much about the author s relationship with his dad An old fashioned man whose Aramaic Bowl Spells: Jewish Babylonian Aramaic Bowls Volume One entire history is heartbreaking and his son are divided by cultural and generational differencesstrangement and misunderstanding of one another yet they share the devastating loss of Anja and the need to understand her suicide The author s father Vladek is presented in a way that seems unuestionably authentic with character traits both Xenophon And His World (Historia Einzelschriften) endearing and frustrating Vladek s syntax and word choices make it so the reader can actually hear his accent feel hisscalating anger at times understand the disconnect between father and son What a touching tribute to his father that Art Spiegelman has created in this presumably honest portrayal I cannot begin to imagine the atrocities the Geography of the Gaze: Urban and Rural Vision in Early Modern Europe elder Spiegelman hadndured nor do I imagine it was asy to live with this man I fell in love with page 133 on which Vladek tells Artie he will be famous like Walt Disney There is so much conveyed in those few frames I was a junior in high school when this book was published We were reuired to read Night by Elie Wiesel which I re read and reviewed recently but up until now I had not heard of Maus This was recommended to me by our librarian When I saw the cover I honestly thought she had lost her mind I stand humbly corrected I am running to get the next book which is the conclusion I cannot Maus raconte la vie de Vladek Spiegelman rescapé juif des camps nazis t de son fils auteur de bandes dessinées ui cherche un terrain de réconciliation avec.

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Maus A Survivor's Tale My Father Bleeds HistoryYped in my opinion but still highly recommended for me I honestly have no problem with the plot Straightforward and informative I m a huge history fan and the TOPIC OF NAZIS IN GENERAL WAS of Nazis in general was new for me It s been a while since my last read of this certain part of history This graphic novel was a good way to refresh my memory It s still very unsettling that the Nazis were this abusive back then The way they tortured the Jews and such was very inhumane I know that somewhere in the world today people are still being abused like this if not worse Such a shame and uite unthinkable how some people could be this cruelThe characters were not as amazing as I wanted them to be Some weren t developed One Wild Weekend enough I seem to have this problem with most of the graphic novels that I read I m not sure if it s the graphic novels itself or the way the author describes them The whole character thing is a huge problem for me to be honest because i m a reader who heavily depends on the characters fornjoyment I like a well written set of characters The *Plot Thankfully Made Up *thankfully made up the not so great characters Artie and Anja were really Forgetful of Their Sex enjoyable but the other ones felt a bit dullOne problem that Incountered would be the artwork I m very choosy when it comes to the artwork I know this aimed to provide a historical feeling but it didn t work that much for me I didn t like the rough drawing and the way it was presented It could ve been done better Not a huge problem but still something that bugged me from time to time45 stars It s a solid 4 for me Hopefully the next volume would Continue To Be This to be this or be Naturally Naughty Wicked Willing even better I m going to rate the compilation of the two volumes separately after reviewing the second one Great way to introduce history to aficionados and also beginners Highly recommended I amxtremely moved by this book it is as relevant and important today as it was when it was first published over 30 years ago possibly F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby even so Maus tells the story of Vladek Spielgeman a Jewish survivor of the Holocaust His son Art Spiegelman is an illustrator and wants to write the story of his father sxperiences during World War II The story is also of Art himself the interviews and relationship with his father The story alternates between the present day interviews and shifts into the past through Vladek s recollections The illustrations are straightforward and in a black and white style I highly recommend this book it is a powerful and Walled (The Line, emotional story I am starting the second volume right away FINAL NOTE below is what I found to be one of the most powerful scenes in the boo. Récit d'une double survie celle du père mais aussi celle du fils ui se débat pour survivre au survivant Ici les Nazis sont des chatst les Juifs des souri. ,