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Maus

Maus

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Maus
Berlatsky, Eric. “Memory as Forgetting: The Problem of the Postmodern in Kundera’s
The Book of Laughter and Forgetting 
and Spiegelman’s
Maus
.”
Cultural Critique
. 55. Fall 2003.Bosmajian, Hamida. “The Orphaned Voice in Art Spiegelman's
Maus I and II 
.”
 Literature and  Psychology
. 44.1-2. 1998.Boyd, Brian. “Art and Evolution: Spiegelman's
The Narrative Corpse
.”
 Philosophy and Literature
.32.1. April 2008.Budick, E. Miller. “Forced Confessions: The Case of Art Spiegelman's
Maus
.”
 Prooftexts
. 21.3. Fall2001.Doherty, Thomas. “Art Spiegelman's
Maus
: Graphic Art and the Holocaust.”
 American Literature
. 68.1996.Elmwood, Victoria A. “’Happy, Happy, Ever After’: The Transformation of Trauma Betweenthe Generations in Art Spiegelman’s
Maus: A Survivor’s Tale
.
 Biography
. 27.4. FallFall 2004.Ewert, Jeanne C. “Reading Visual Narrative: Art Spiegelman's
Maus
.”
 Narrative
. 8. 2000.Harrison, Keith. “Telling the Untellable: Spiegelman's
Maus
.”
 Rendezvous: Journal of Arts and Letters
.34.1. 1999.Hatfield, Charles. “Comic Art, Children’s Literature, and the New Comic Studies.”
The Lion and the Unicorn
. 30.3 September 2006.Hirsch, Marianne. “Family Pictures:
Maus
, Mourning, and Post-Memory.”
 Discourse
. 15.2. 1992-1993.Iadosini, Rick. “Bleeding History and Owning His [Father's] Story:
Maus
and CollaborativeAutobiography.”
The CEA Critic
. 57.1. 1994.Levine, Michael G. “Necessary Stains: Spiegelman’s
Maus
and the Bleeding of History.”
 American Imago
. 59.3. Fall 2002.Martin, Richard. “Art Spiegelman's
Maus
, or 'The Way It Happened.'”
 Historiographic Metafiction inModern American and Canadian Literature.
Bernd Engler and Kurt Muller, eds. Paderborn:Ferdinand Schoningh, 1994.McGlothlin, Erin Heather. “No Time Like the Present: Narrative and Time in Art Spiegelman’s
Maus
.”
 Narrative
. 11.2. May 2003.Rosen, Alan. “The Language of Survival: English as Metaphor in Spiegelman's
Maus.” Prooftexts
. 5.1995.Staub, Michael E. “The Shoah Goes On and On: Remembrance and Representation in Art Spiegelman's
Maus
.
Melus
. 20.3. 1995.

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