Art Spiegelman's Maus Analysis

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Art Spiegelman 's MAUS, remains a work credited much for its being a new kind of literary oeuvre paying attention to the Holocaust. As narrated by a second generation Holocaust survivor, the work brings together occurrences through the dreadful historical event narrating the struggles of a Jewish American working to fortify his individual comprehension of the brutal execution of his people by the Nazi rule in the lead up to the Second World War (Doherty, 1996). Having not been born at the time of the holocaust, the author needed to find the best way of expressing some of the aspects of this unspeakable, unexplainable and above all, unforgettable event. Graphic novel provides the author and ample opening to paint the narrations here especially
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