Bravery In Art Spigelman's Maus

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Bravery is performed everyday by many people, and it has played a big part in World War 2. World War 2 was a horrible time for the Jews due to the Germans and Adolf Hitler. In order for the Jews to survive, they had to trust their faith and do the unthinkable. They had to give up their children to other people knowing that they might not see them again. They needed to act brave for their families and ensure they had solace. In Art Spigelman 's nobel, "Maus," he portrays the Holocaust revolving around his father, Vladek Spiegelman. To begin with, Vladek Spigelman and his wife, Anja, both survived the Holocaust, but had to perform many acts of bravery. One act that most of the Jews took was hiding in bunkers to escape being sent to the extermination
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