The first part of the Pulitzer-winning Maus saga was published in 1986 by Art Spiegelman, and this graphic novel is a great achievement in the genre, not so much for its art, but for the captivating real-life story that it depicts. It is about a writer who is interviewing his father, who survived the Holocaust and is now living in a New York Suburb. What i enjoyed most about this story is the special way that the author's father's personal life was handled. It doesn't … more
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