Now in paperback, "the most affecting and successful narrative ever done about the Holocaust" (Wall Street Journal). "The power of Spiegelman's story ...Show synopsisNow in paperback, "the most affecting and successful narrative ever done about the Holocaust" (Wall Street Journal). "The power of Spiegelman's story lies in the fine detail of the story and the fact that it is related in comic-strip form".--San Francisco Examiner. New York Times 1991 "Editor's Choice".Hide synopsis
i thought this tale was very interestingly told... i believe these were the first graphic novels i've read. the story that was sad, but not so heavy that i couldn't get through them. oddly, i thought the dipictions of animals instead of humans was humanizing in a sense... once i started reading, it didn't matter what i "saw" i knew these were people and it's horrible what people do to other people. it also makes think that if someone is "difficult t deal with" maybe their life experiences play a huge part in the way they behave and treat other people. really glad to have read this tale.
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