Table of contents for Considering Maus : approaches to Art Spiegelman's "Survivor's tale" of the Holocaust / edited by Deborah R. Geis.


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Contents
Acknowledgments
Introduction
     Deborah R. Geis
Part 1. Mice and Metaphors, Photographs and Comix: Maus as
(Auto)biography
1. Underground Comics and Survival Tales: Maus in Context
     David Mikics
2. The Orphaned Voice in Art Spiegelman's Maus
     Hamida Bosmajian
3. Cartoons of the Self: Portrait of the Artist as a Young
Murderer--Art Spiegelman's Maus
     Nancy K. Miller
Part 2. Blood Legacies: Maus and Holocaust Testimony
4. Necessary Stains: Art Spiegelman's Maus and the Bleeding of
History
     Michael G. Levine
5. "Happy, Happy Ever After": Story and History in Art
Spiegelman's Maus
     Arlene Fish Wilner
6. The Language of Survival: English as Metaphor in Art
Spiegelman's Maus
     Alan C. Rosen
Part 3. Kitsch, "Commerz," and Cybermice: Marketing Maus
7. "We Were Talking Jewish": Art Spiegelman's Maus as "Holocaust"
Production
     Michael P. Rothberg
8. Read Only Memory: Maus and Its Marginalia on CD-ROM
     John C. Anderson and Bradley Katz
Works Cited
Contributors
Index
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Spiegelman, Art, Maus, Spiegelman, Art Criticism and interpretation, Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) In literature, Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Poland Biography Comic books, strips, etc