Category Archive: Thoughts on Maus

Maus Reflection

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I wanted to write about the message portrayed in this book. When we think about events like the Holocaust, it is easy to only see numbers. Millions of people involved sounds like a… Continue reading

Maus Reflection

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2) The story being told in a graphic novel about the events taken place in the holocaust I feel adds a lighter description of something so serious. I personally enjoyed a different take… Continue reading

Thoughts On Maus

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2. The art style of the story is what sets it apart from others. There are countless tales of World War Two, the Holocaust, etc. But, none of them are done visually like… Continue reading

Maus Response

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The graphic novel Maus I is told in a different medium than most holocaust stories. When “holocaust story” comes to mind, thoughts spring to movies like “The Boy in Striped Pajamas” or fully… Continue reading

Thoughts on Maus

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Maus is a great book that I could read over and over again, each time having a different reaction to what I had read. This last time that I read it I felt that I… Continue reading

Thoughts on Maus

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First of all, Maus is probably one of my favorite reads of all time. I have read this book about three or four times, and it always interesting to hear other people’s opinion… Continue reading

Thoughts on Maus

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Art tells his father’s story in the form of a graphic novel. If this story wasn’t told in a graphic novel medium, I think it would be difficult to follow along. The pictures… Continue reading

Maus Reflection

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Jordan Perlinger April 18, 2016 Art Spiegelman’s MAUS Question Two:  This story would be extremely different without the comic pictures panels.  Each picture is different and gives great insight to what Art Spiegelman… Continue reading

Thoughts On Maus I

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Maus I: A Survivors Tale, written by Art Spiegelman, is a graphic novel depicting the author’s father’s story of World War II. The author, Spiegelman, decided that the story would be written as a… Continue reading

Maus I Message

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Art Spiegleman wrote Maus I, to convey a certain message to the crowd. This message for the readers was to show that the harsh rumors and stereotypes thrown around during the holocaust about… Continue reading