Analysis Of The Book ' The Maus ' Essay

902 Words Dec 12th, 2016 4 Pages
After reading the Maus, I think this is a really nice book in comic for people who want to know more about WWII. The author, Art Spiegelman, uses Nazi party rhetoric to tell a Jewish family’s story by the comic approach. But also, the comic approach has the strengths or weaknesses in Maus to describe the story. First, the comic book of Maus is all about the story of Vladek’s life in WWII. At the start of the book, Art arrives at his father Vladek’s home in order to record his father’s Holocaust memories for a comic book he plans to draw about his father’s life. Vladek begins his story with his life as a young man in Sosnowiec, Poland, in the years leading up to World War II. Running parallel to the story is the story of Spiegelman’s interactions with his father as he visits his father on numerous occasions to record his memories. Which sometimes showed us the relationship between them and some details we want to know. It is a good moment to think about the plot and have a rest between the intensive story. As a result of not having experienced the horrors of the Holocaust like their ancestors did, second generation Jews often sense they must demonstrate their respect and appreciation towards their elders. One way is non-electronic, like Maus. This second narrative, Art 's, complements his father 's by presenting a portrayal of the life and struggles of a second generation of Jewish people whose existences are extremely influenced by the Holocaust despite not being born…

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