The Complete Maus - Chapter Six - Mouse Trap Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Six - Mouse Trap Summary

Artie makes another visit to his father's home. Mala complains to Artie of Vladek's incredible self-centeredness, his stinginess, and his need to be controlling; Artie is largely sympathetic as he also feels that Vladek is a difficult man. Artie then speaks privately with Vladek and they talks about the graphic text; Vladek suggests that Artie should spend his time drawing comic books that would make money, and he then complains at some length about Mala's behavior, suggesting that she only cares about money. He then continues narrating his life's story.

Vladek and Anja travel to Sosnowiec and manage to survive for several weeks hiding in the town. They sneak around and spend the nights in the open or sheltering in outbuildings or tunnels, often living with rats and filth, and always hungry. Other Jews survive...

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