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Beyond that, when you look carefully at the drawings, you see that the goose-steppers have distinctly feline features, while the persecuted Jews in the ghettos and camps have rodent-like proboscides and disproportionately small eyes.
Mar 9, Addendum: Aug 23, This still ranks as my top graphic novel of all time, but I just finished Chris Ware's Building Stories which gives it a pretty good run for the money.
The suffering in that one may not be as extreme, but it's every bit as real. View all 62 comments. Jul 11, Councillor rated it it was amazing Shelves: Until just a few weeks ago, the only reason for why I read graphic novels now and then was because of people's constant recommendations about the beauty and the value of those kinds of books.
I will be honest; I am guilty of never believing those words. Most likely did I read graphic novels which didn't suit my personal tastes, but Art Spiegelman was capable of shattering my expectations and completely stunning me with the art of his writing and his illustrations.
But let's start at the beginning Until just a few weeks ago, the only reason for why I read graphic novels now and then was because of people's constant recommendations about the beauty and the value of those kinds of books.
But let's start at the beginning. Maus is a collection of two graphic novels with autobiographical background about the author, Art Spiegelman, and his father's recollections about his experiences in the Second World War.
Spiegelman constantly switches between present and past, between the time when he writes down what his father tells him and the time when all the horrible events in the concentration camps took place.
But he doesn't only include information about his father Vladek Spiegelman's tale of survival; the personal and very conflicted relationship between Art and Vladek also turns out to be a central part of the story, including controversy about Vladek's second wife and Art's personal approach to the success he had as an author when the first installment in his series of graphic novels was published.
Obviously, memoirs or autobiographies always include potential to let their author shine in a bright light, to let them appear heroic and exemplary.
You have to rely on what the author tells you about himself and the people surrounding him, on which layers of his own character he presents.
Art Spiegelman did so in a very convincing way, pointing out not only the horrible crimes which were committed during the Nazi period, but also the flaws he and his father had themselves, as human beings with all their faults and mistakes.
Art and his father appear in such a realistic way that you can't help but care for them; something which never happened to me before in a book with autobiographical content.
Of course, some parts of the novels were shocking, which you need to expect before reading something about such an important subject.
Feelings of despair and fear overshadowed Vladek Spiegelman's recollections of his experiences during the Second World War, from his family's decline and his marriage to his transport to Auschwitz.
Perhaps the most memorable thing about those graphic novels is the way Art Spiegelman used animal heads in the place of recognizable human ones.
The completely black-and-white illustrations vividly underline the feelings Spiegelman wanted to express with his books. And still now, almost two months after finishing them, am I stunned.
Do I need to mention that I'd recommend these graphic novels to everyone? View all 26 comments. Maus was more than I expected.
I knew it would be about World War II and the Holocaust with the charaters being anthropomorphic mice, cats, pigs, dogs, etc. What I didn't realize was it would expand even farther in to the specific lives of the Spiegelmans before, during, and after the war.
His experienc Maus was more than I expected. His experiences with his father are as much a part of the book as the stories he is trying to document.
Another viewpoint of life under Nazi oppression is always riviting. I have read and seen both fiction and non-fiction accounts of life during WWII.
I have been to the Dachau concentration camp. These stories are important, but are not always easy to read or tell.
I applaud Spiegelman for this creative approach that hopefully brings these stories to those who might not be inclined to read a big novel or watch a documentary.
Basically everyone should read this or at least some stories of the war. They say those who forget history are doomed to repeat it.
In fondo le dimensioni delle vignette di Spiegelman fanno davvero venire in mente i fotogrammi di un film 35 mm.
Spiegelman disegna gli ebrei come topi, i nazisti come gatti, i polacchi come maiali. Animali parlanti per esprimere condizioni umane profonde difficili da esprimere altrimenti Esopo, Fedro, La Fontaine.
Che sorpresa la parte moderna, che regalo. View all 11 comments. Jan 17, Leonard Gaya rated it it was amazing. Back in those days, Hollywood was producing its most celebrated films, and Mickey Mouse had become the cutest little mascot on the silver screen.
At that very moment, the Allied troops carried movie cameras into the concentration camps. The films that remain from that time —the ones that were shown during the Nuremberg trial— are tough to watch, haunting, almost impossible to put into words.
Art Spiegelman has managed to blend both pictures Disney and the Red Army file footage poetically, through flat, condensed and straightforward drawings.
His old father, a bit soft in the head and speaking in a funny broken English, provides a deeply personal, honest, at times slightly Kafkaesque or Chaplinesque account of these dreadful years, of that constant fear and deprivation, so that we could make some sense of this inhuman, world-changing experience.
This visual masterpiece is a refutation of this sentence. And it has left me both moved and dumbfounded. Apr 02, Svetlana rated it it was amazing Shelves: In the narrative present, Art Spiegelman author is interviewing his father Vladek about his experiences as a Polish Jew and a Holocaust survivor.
The narrative past depicts these very experiences from the mid s to the end of the Holocaust in Spiegelman has utilised different species of animals to portray different nationalities and races - Jews as mice, Germans as cats, Poles as pigs and French as frogs.
I was actually inspired to read this after visiting a war museum with my friend. Though I had a lot of fun that day, the Holocaust Exhibition was one of the most harrowing and tragic things I have ever seen.
During the exhibition, I realised how ignorant I had been to the extent of brutality, inhumanity and pain that was inflicted on Jews during WW2.
And we knew that from here we will not come out anymore We knew the stories - that they will gas us and throw us in the ovens.
And here we were. It was both insightful and addictive with its illustrations and style of storytelling. It allows the reader to gain a deeper understanding of how the camps were run and what it was like for the prisoners.
I am so glad that this is how Mr. View all 28 comments. Cuando una experiencia como esta es trasladada al papel es cuando a quien le pertenece deja de hacerlo.
Porque tanto Art como Wladek son protagonistas en la historia. Primero perder la casa, el trabajo, luego la familia y posteriormente la libertad.
El talento para muchas cosas y una gran dosis de buena suerte salvaron al padre de Art de desgracias peores. Que a pesar de todo lo que suframos seguimos siendo seres humanos.
Que muchas veces las experiencias sufridas no nos cambian como somos. Los Spiegelman perdieron a casi todos sus familiares pero sobrevivieron para contarlo.
Porque a pesar de todo es un sobreviviente y los que sobreviven hacen bien en contar lo que los muertos ya no pueden.
View all 12 comments. Feb 02, LeeAnne rated it it was amazing Shelves: The Complete Maus Art Spiegelman Probably the most informative and intimate journal of the holocaust I have ever read.
Maus is really two parallel stories, not one. It jumps back and forth between the two stories, one set in the past Poland , the other set in the present NYC.
Vladek Spiegelman tells how he survived the holocaust as a Polish-Jew. From the invasion, to the spread of Naziam, to his time in Auschwitz-Birkenau extermination camp as a tin worker at the gas cha The Complete Maus Art Spiegelman Probably the most informative and intimate journal of the holocaust I have ever read.
From the invasion, to the spread of Naziam, to his time in Auschwitz-Birkenau extermination camp as a tin worker at the gas chambers.
Vladek is one of the only surviving camp survivors who had intimate knowledge of how the gas chambers facilities worked, because he worked there and lived to tell the tale.
He saw how pesticide Zyklon B was dropped into the hollow columns to gas screaming victims and how they were burned in crematoriums afterwards.
Most Jewish inmates who worked near the gas chambers and crematoriums were executed so they could not give testimony to the horrors they witnessed.
Art details his creative process of composing his book about his dad's holocaust experiences. Art has a very antagonistic relationship with his father, Vledeck.
We see Art trying to interview his reluctant father, pushing his father to recount his experiences.
The holocaust permeates the Spiegelman's daily life, even though it took place many years ago. There is this need in our society to push the Holocaust into the past and keep it there, but we see throughout this novel that this is impossible.
Survivors and their children don't have the luxury of just forgetting about it and moving on. You can stop talking about it, you can try to pretend it never happened, but the recollections of those horrible experiences never go away.
You can't erase them. They haunt their victims. A predominant theme in the book is how traumatic events like the Holocaust continue to distort and shape people generations later, long after they are over.
Children of Holocaust survivors are also affected by holocaust, secondhand, through their parents. They often feel guilty about leading such pampered lives, compared to their parents horrific experiences.
Vledeck's parenting style is warped by the long-term psychological effects the holocaust has on his behavior.
The graphics add power, context and tone to the text, providing deeper insight into the mixed feelings and thoughts of the characters.
Most of the text in the book are direct quotes from Art Spiegelman's father, Vladik. Sometimes the graphics will reflect the same mood and message expressed in the text.
Other times the graphics might reflect Art's interpretation of what his dad is saying. This way the reader sees two very different interpretations of the same exact incident or story simultaneously.
How brilliant is that? Art Spiegelman also uses animals to represent different races and nationalities. It's a very effective metaphor.
Jews are drawn as mice, which reflects back to the anti-Semitic stereotype of Jews being subhuman rats.
Germans are cats; they prey on Jewish mice. Americans are dogs, they fight the German cats. The French are frogs. The Polish are pigs; Nazis considered the Polish people to be pigs.
Jewish Mice sometimes pretend to be Polish pigs to hide from the German Cats. They do this by wearing pigs masks. While creating the book, Art struggles with how he should draw his French wife who converted to Judaism to please his father.
It encourages the reader think about the roles of race, ethnicity, nationality and religion. Is Art's wife a frog that transforms into a mouse?
But she's still French. So is she half frog, half mouse? Is she a frog in a mouse mask? When can we stop talking about the Holocaust?: I understand that the holocaust can sometimes seem like a ghastly but impersonal genocide of countless, faceless victims.
The magnitude and horror of it all can be so hard to stomach. But each of those six million people was an individual with their own personal story.
Individual stories may not seem as important when compared to famous, historical figures like Hitler, Stalin, Churchill, Roosevelt, but learning about each individual story is critical to understanding the magnitude of the Holocaust.
Recorded memories are the only way Holocaust survivors can maintain a connection to the stolen lives of those who were erased from the face of the earth by the Holocaust.
View all 35 comments. Jul 05, Emer rated it really liked it Recommended to Emer by: I never knew that a graphic novel could be so moving, so haunting and so phenomenally powerful.
It is a book that doesn't hold any punches and is jaw dropping in its exploration of humanity through both the atrocities and ethnic cleansing of that time and of how this moulds a man forever.
I don't have the words to fully express all I'm feeling right no I never knew that a graphic novel could be so moving, so haunting and so phenomenally powerful.
I don't read graphic novels. I haven't read a comic since I was a little kid reading the Beano. So maybe you might think this isn't for you Everyone should read this.
Highly recommended four and a half stars View all 7 comments. Dec 09, Kat Kennedy rated it it was amazing Shelves: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
To view it, click here. Reading this book was like having an echo of a conversation with my husband's grandfather.
Dziadek could be Vladek's twin brother if any of Vladek's poor family had survived the war. This book's most horrifying moment came, for me, at the loss of their two year old son, Richeu.
I tried to imagine a world where my decision to keep my son with me and hope for a better future, cost him his life and considered how I would live with that for the rest of my life.
I don't have the answer to that. All I k Reading this book was like having an echo of a conversation with my husband's grandfather.
All I know is that my son got away with a helluva lot more bad behaviour that day then he normally would. I have no commentary to make on the war, the holocaust, the devestation or destruction because I have nothing intelligent or worthwhile to add other than the recognition that the crimes committed there were truly horrifying and disgusting.
Though I hardly want to consider the type of human being I would be if I didn't feel that way. The book is a story within a story.
Art shows himself interviewing his father, Vladek, and his time spent with his father for part of this book, and the rest of the story is Vladek's experiences and survival of Auschwitz and how he survived throughout all of the invasion of Poland by Germany and the Nazis.
Both sides shown in this felt completely honest and real. The art, while definitely not my favorite style, worked incredibly well for this story.
There were times where it was just the art in panels, and I really felt like those were some of the stronger panels. The art was black and white, thick lines, and just overall felt really heavy.
Most of the time, the panels felt really cramped, but I have a feeling this was intentional. There were times where the sentence structures were just a little off, and I could hear Vladek's voice so strongly during those times.
It just really added another depth to this book. All the pain and loss that he went through at the hands of the Nazis was extremely haunting to read about.
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If you missed 12 teeth they let you go. Mar 05, Nickolas the Kid rated it it was amazing Shelves: View all 6 comments. One of the most influential literary works ever View all 4 comments.
Sep 10, Michelle rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: I'm cheating on J. Coetzee with Art Spiegelman.
Actually, I'm not just cheating on him; I've left him. Before I review this book, you should know something about me: I never read graphic novels.
Are those the same thing, by the way? I have no idea. The basic outline is about a man interviewing his father, a Polish Holocaust survivor, for a book he is writing.
The Jews are depicted as mice; the Nazis cats. There were so many layers to these books. Because of this, I often found myself alternating between both laughter and tears.
I adored Vladek and all of his quirks, but I also understood how difficult it must have been for Spiegelman to grow up with such a father.
His writing showed his annoyance, anger, guilt, and his love. View all 20 comments. Jun 02, Praj rated it it was amazing Shelves: Where should I commence to appraise this book?
Art Spiegelman in this astounding graphic novel reveals a fractured father-son relationship whilst focusing on the perils of the Holocaust.
Written over a period of thirteen years, MAUS comprises of two volumes. Young and vivacious Vladek is into the textile business who after having a torrid affair with Lucia ends up marrying a much wealthier Anja Zylberberg.
Over the years Vladek is drafted into the Polish army where he endures severe anguish as a prisoner of war, captured by the Nazis. After his release when he heads back home to see his infant son Richieu, the family is forced into hiding as the Nazis started to hound the Jews.
Finally, the prisoners are freed leading to the collapse of the Germans; however Vladek undergoes a tedious journey to Sosnowiec to be reunited with Anja.
Vladek on the other hand, still relives the horror of the Holocaust in his trivial arguments with Mala or his reminiscing of the war.
A victim of any kind faces a genuine struggle to find acceptance and understanding in the aftermath life. Similarly, Vladek wished he could have found an undying bond with Art in all his solitary being.
MAUS is not a run of the mill comic; it is incorporation of the unspoken sentiments and assumed fallacies. And survival is never taken for granted—it happened when luck and hard work combined to keep people alive.
The Canadian veterans that I know are in their 80s and 90s, so holocaust survivors will be in the same age range and probably experiencing health problems relating back to war time conditions.
This graphic novel format makes this history accessible to a new generation in a form that they can appreciate. I am of two minds regarding the depictions of various nationalities as animals, Jews as mice, Germans as cats, Poles as pigs, etc.
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