Maus II

Maus II

A Survivor's Tale. And Here My Troubles Began

Book - 1991
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Continuing the story begun in the Pulitzer Prize winning "MAUS," the author relates, in cartoon form, his father's experiences as an inmate at Auschwitz during World War II. The plot contains racial slurs, negative stereotypes, and gender bias.
Publisher: New York : Pantheon Books, c1991
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780679729778
0679729771
9780394556550
0394556550
Call Number: SCOWAH
TEEN 940.5318 SPIE
940.5318 Sp43m2
Characteristics: 135 p. : ill. ; 24 cm

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Full of hard-earned humor and pathos, Maus  (I and II ) takes your breath away with its stunning visual style, reminding us that while we can never forget the Holocaust, we may need new ways to remember.


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mammothhawk229e
Jun 08, 2017

Nice vignette on author reverted to a kid on sudden popularity & "expert" on grim subject.
Still hard to wrap my head on graphic novel used in stuffy university courses.

Ninja_Kevin Jul 22, 2012

a really good realistic fiction book by Art Spiegelman.

YELLOWLION Jul 21, 2012

nice

wilstyles Sep 19, 2011

Part two of Spiegelman's telling of his father's story.

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