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A Review of Art Spiegelman's "Maus: My father Bleeds History"

Summary: Presents a review of Art Spiegelman's "Maus: My father Bleeds History." Examines Spiegelman's Holocaust experience.
Everybody knows wars are a terrible thing, but no one really knows how terrible until they live through one, and the Jewish Holocaust was no exception. One of the worse aspects people had to go face during this major event was the fact that they were all by themselves, they could not count on anyone and they had to fight alone. But, for the ones that survived, the hardest part was yet to come: now they had to go back into the world and try to rebuild their lives, something not so easy to do, as most of them felt real guilt about living while most of their friends and family perished. Morris.

A clear example of this is Vladek Spiegelman, whom after surviving the horrors of the Holocaust was unable to lead a normal life and have normal relationships with people; but, the fact that he went...

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