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Zak Murdock 2120045 Maus Inspection Maus by Art Spiegelman is a very interesting, true, and unique graphic comic about Spiegelman’s father’s life leading up to and during the Holocaust. I have read a number of books and short stories about the Holocaust, however this specific work was by far the most interesting. I became hooked after looking at the front cover and studying both the inside of the front and back covers of Maus. It was very interesting Spiegelman decided to use animals to portray humans for his book and I was excited to find out which animals portrayed specific types of people. Although Spiegelman does not display a particular set of pages as the introduction to Maus, I feel pages thirty-two through thirty-nine form an introduction because within them a theme and sense of organization is found. I feel that within these pages the theme of struggle, which is evident throughout the entire book, is really displayed. Not only is the theme displayed during these pages but also Spiegleman’s sense of organization is also apparent to the reader. I did not even have to read a single word of
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This note was uploaded on 04/28/2010 for the course PHYSICS 213 taught by Professor Padamsee during the Spring '10 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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