Maus II: And Here My Troubles Began
Publish date: November 5th 1991
Pages no: 135
Edition language: English
, World War II
, Sequential Art
, Graphic Novels
, Graphic Novels Comics
Series: Maus (#2)
Continuing where the first book left off, Maus II depicts, Vladek's time in Auschwitz and his life immediately following the war as he searched for his wife, Annja, and home. In creasingly, Art and Vladek's current life is shared in the panels, which shows not only the Holocaust forever changed Vlad...
Maus 2 Was great. This is a book I had to read for my English class. I had heard of it before and was really curious to see it it would live up to what I had heard. I've never read a book about the holocaust like this one. Even though it was strange to have animals instead of humans I got used to it...
A beautiful conclusion to this series. Once again, Spiegelman did an excellent job recounting his father's, Vladek, experiences during the Holocaust. It is gritty, terrifying, and downright cruel what he had to go to and it is a depressing subject that is being told. However, I am glad it is being t...
Acclaimed as a quiet triumph and a brutally moving work of art, the first volume of Art Spieglman's Maus introduced readers to Vladek Spiegleman, a Jewish survivor of Hitler's Europe, and his son, a cartoonist trying to come to terms with his father, his father's terrifying story, and History itself...
My only issue with this book is I felt that the son was rather selfish, even more so than in the first book. I expected some resolution at the end, like him finally realizing what his father went through, but nothing of the sort. Instead he seemed to just be collecting the story for his own means, n...
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