This character uses his artistic ability as a cartoonist to record his father's story as a Holocause survivor. This character depicts his father as he actually is, instead of omitting details, or romanticizing him, and this makes Maus highly complicated, because his father is not a likable character, even though he endured so much in the war.
This character is a Holocaust survivor who is currently living in Rego Park with his second wife. Although this character was good looking and seemed destined for success when he was younger, he is now an unlikable old man due to his tramatization from the Holocaust.
This character is cast off by her boyfriend of three or four years when he meets another woman and quickly becomes engaged to her. This character writes an anonymous letter to her ex-boyfriend's new fiance's family, telling them about her...
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