Egregious Pain In Maus By Art Spiegelman

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In the book Maus, by Art Spiegelman, his father, Vladek Spiegelman, goes through an adverse transformation in his perspectives and actions resulting from the pain he had endured after the Holocaust; however, this type of pain should not be remembered, due to the detrimental effect it has in his life and on others. Following his wife’s suicide, the egregious pain he experienced had altered his nature and made him behave in an irrational way, which affected Art Spiegelman and Mala Spiegelman; therefore, this type of pain should be neglected because it is affecting him and his family negatively. As a result of the grief and pain he had endured after Anja’s suicide, Vladek’s thoughts consisting of distrust and nostalgia emotionally affected himself

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