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Maus: A Survivor's Tale: My Father Bleeds History (Volume 1) (Original 1986; 1992. Auflage)

von Art Spiegelman

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The author-illustrator traces his father's imprisonment in a Nazi concentration camp through a series of disarming and unusual cartoons arranged to tell the story as a novel.
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Titel:Maus: A Survivor's Tale: My Father Bleeds History (Volume 1)
Autoren:Art Spiegelman
Info:Scholastic Inc. (1992), Paperback, 159 pages
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Maus 1. Mein Vater kotzt Geschichte aus. Die Geschichte eines Überlebenden. von Art Spiegelman (1986)

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I was drawn in so deeply that I forgot I was reading. I forgot they were mice. Art Spiegelman is a remarkably talented storyteller.

Certainly the format contributes to the uniqueness of this volume on an oft addressed topic; however, the trait which makes it most extraordinary is the raw honesty of the characters. Mr. Spiegelman gifts us with true portraits of himself and his family - their struggles and their flaws. Most images of Jews in this time period are painted a bit too flawlessly. Who can blame a writer for that? With all that a person suffered in the Holocaust, it could seem an added cruelty to parade their faults before the eyes of strangers. However, it is our imperfections that make us truly human. When you take those away from an individual, regardless of how good your intentions are, you make them less - less themselves, less substantial. In a book, this serves to leaves the reader unable to completely connect.

Maus honors Vladek Spiegelman. It is a beautiful tribute to him and everyone touched by this atrocity. I am grateful to have been given the privilege of reading it. ( )
  Zoes_Human | Nov 14, 2021 |
Should be required reading. ( )
  ddpistole | Oct 6, 2021 |
An absolutely powerful biography and memoir that changed the comic genre into the graphic narrative genre we know today. A truly stunning non-fiction story told through cartoon visuals, this is a testimony to the creative and emotional capabilities of human communication.

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  Nikki_Sojkowski | Aug 26, 2021 |
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  pszolovits | Feb 3, 2021 |
This had been sitting on my daughter's shelf for a while. I had peeked at it a time or two to see if it interested me. Generally I haven't been a fan of comics, and the artwork for this one really just didn't do it for me. Why would I bother with a graphic work so poorly drawn? I decided to revisit it after reading Understanding Comics this week.

It's a good book. It could have been a straight-up Holocaust narrative, but the interludes with the artist and his dad and mother-in-law pull you out of the older narrative and connect it to the time of the telling, which makes it feel more immediate rather than like like something that happened in the olden times. Drawing the characters as animals makes really great sense when you read the epigraph, a quote from Hitler about Jews being a race but not humans. Dehumanizing the Nazis too (and for that matter all the good and less good peripheral characters in the story) is kind of clever.

As for the drawing style, what I found as I read was that I actually wound up not looking at the pictures very much. They were there as sort of a background, and they provided a rough point of reference I could use to sort of see the action, but they didn't stand out or draw much attention on their own. By contrast, often, when I'm reading a comic, I find myself sort of inspecting the drawings. In fact, this is what annoys me about comics. I have mostly preferred reading words, and comics force me to do lots of little attention switches. In Maus, both the words and the drawings are very unflashy and kind of spare and rough-hewn. The drawings replace clunky narrative and let the words bear their stark emotional freight, without distracting from the words. It's the story that matters here and not the artfulness of either the drawings or the words, and the form lets the horrifying story stand in the foreground, which is pretty important when it's this kind of story. ( )
  dllh | Jan 6, 2021 |
Making a Holocaust comic book with Jews as mice and Germans as cats would probably strike most people as flippant, if not appalling. ''Maus: A Survivor's Tale'' is the opposite of flippant and appalling. To express yourself as an artist, you must find a form that leaves you in control but doesn't leave you by yourself. That's how ''Maus'' looks to me - a way Mr. Spiegelman found of making art.
 

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It was summer, I remember I was ten or eleven...
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This is the single volume edition of "Maus I: A Survivor's Tale: My Father Bleeds History". It does NOT contain the second volume of the story, Maus II.

DO NOT COMBINE with the omnibus edition containing both Maus I: A Survivor's Tale: My Father Bleeds History and Maus II: A Survivor's Tale: And Here My Troubles Began!!!
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