Art Spiegelman. _David Anthony Kraft's Comics Interview_ #108 (1992). Belden, Elizabeth A. and Judith M.Beckman. _English Journal_ Sept 1987, v76, p106. Beniger, James R. [Book review]. _Communication Research_ June 1992, v19, n3, p398+. Benson, John. From _Maus_ to now. _Comics Journal_ #40 (June 1978): 36. Berger, Alan L. Bearing witness: second generation literature of the Shoah. _Modern Judaism_ Feb. 1990 v.10: 43-63. Berman, Avis. The Maus that roared; Art Spiegelman (Spotlight) _ARTnews_ May 1993, v92(5): 63-64. Abstract: Graphic artist Art Spiegelman has been awarded a Pulitzer Prize, a Guggenheim Fellowship and other honors for his comic books called 'Maus.' The books deal with the Holocaust, and were inspired by the persecution of his parents in Poland during World War II. Behind the word balloons [comments from Art Spiegelman, author of 'Maus: A Survivor's Tale II; And Here My Troubles Began']. _The New York Times Book Review_ Nov 3 1991, p36, col 2. Article Summary: Spiegelman's book is done as a series of cartoons; Jews are mice, Germans are cats, French are frogs, etc. This book, a continuation of 'Maus Tale', uses the cartoon format to relate the sufferings of his family in Auschwitz. Bertrand, V. 'Maus-chwitz' - tales of an Auschwitz survivor - original drawings and models [French] _Cimaise_ v42(235): 52. [Book Review] _Canadian Art_ Summer, 1992 v.9(2):72. [Book Review] _Communication Research_ Aug. 1989 v.16: 560-562. [Book Review] _Hadassah_ Apr. 1992 v.73(8): 51. [Book Review] _Jerusalem Report_ Dec. 26, 1991 v.2(10):44-45. [Book Review] _Jewish Education News_ Spring 1992 v.13(2): 13. [Book Review] _Moment_ Oct. 1992 v.17(5): 81-82, 84. [Book Review] _Montreal Gazette_ Jan. 11, 1992, pg. H1. [Book Review] _Na'amat Women_ Mar/Apr 1992 v.7(2): 19-20. [Book Review] _The Oral History Review_ Spring 1988 v.16: 91-109. [Book review] _Pedagogic Reporter_ Fall 1990 v.40(1): 47-48. [Book Review] _Pedagogic Reporter_ v.41(1): 47-48. [Book Review] _Publishers Weekly_ Sept 27 1991, v238, n43, p47. [Book Review] _Reconstructionist_ Spring 1993 v.58(2): 31-32. [Book Review] _Sh'ma_ Apr. 17, 1992 v.22: 93. [Book Review] _Shofar_ Fall 1992 v.1(1): 132-134. [Book Review] _Spirale_ Summer 1993 v.125: 4-5. [Book Review] _Tikkun_ Sep/Oct 1992 v.7(5): 44-45. Brown, Joshua. Of mice and memory [review essay]. _Oral History Review_ v.16(1) (Spring 1988). --------. [Book Review]. _Journal of American History_ March 1993, v79(4): 1668+. Brown, Michael. Of maus and men: problems in asserting identity in a post-Holocaust age. _Studies in American Jewish Literature_ 1993 v.12: 135-140. Buhle, Paul. Of mice and Menschen: Jewish comics come of age. [review] _Tikkun_ Mar/Apr 1992 v.7: 9-16. Burchardt, N. The 'Maus' that roared. Campbell, Patty. [Book review]. _Wilson Library Bulletin_ Feb 1987, v61, 50. Cantor, Jay. Kat and Maus [essay review of two books: on comic strip "Krazy Kat" and book by cartoonist Art Spiegelman]. _Yale Review_ Aut 1987, v77(1): 29-40. Cavalieri, Joey. Jewish mice, bubblegum, comics art and raw possibilities: an interview with Art Spiegelman and Francoise Mouly. _Comics Journal_ #65 (Aug. 1981). --------, Kim Thompson and Gary Groth. Slaughter on Sesame Street. _Comics Journal_ #74 (Aug. 1982). C'est la que mes ennuis ont commence [review] _Spirale_ v125 Sum, 1993, 4-5. Cheyette, Bryan [Book review]. _TLS. Times Literary Supplement_ April 3 1992, n4644, p8+. Conort, B. 'Maus, un survivant raconte'. [French] _Quinzane Litteraire_ (1988) #504, 28. Cwiklik, Greg. The wonderful ironic career of Art Spiegelman: an analysis. _Comics Journal_ #182 (Nov. 1995): 33+. DeCandido, Keith R.A. [Book review]. _Library Journal_ March 15 1990, v115, n5, 53. --------. [Book Review]. _Library Journal_ Dec 1991, v116, n21, 160. Doherty, Thomas. Art Spiegelman's 'Maus': graphic art and the holocaust. (Write Now: American Literature in the 1980s and 1990s) _American Literature_ March 1996, v68, n1, 69+. Abstract: 'Maus,' a comic book by Art Spiegelman focusing on the horrors of the holocaust with cartoon type illustrations remains a puzzle for critics in terms of placing the work into an established genre. The Pulitzer Prize committee presented a special award to Art Spiegelman for 'Maus,' owing to the same confusion. It is a touching and revealing portrayal of the afflicters and the afflicted. Nazis are depicted as fierce cats, Jews as dejected mice, and the Poles as stupid pigs. The New York Times Book Review had earlier classified it as fiction, but changed it to non-fiction following protest from the author. Dougherty, Margot. [Book review]. _People Weekly_ Oct 20 1986, v26, 16. Dreifus, Claudia. Art Spiegelman: "If there can be no art about the Holocaust, there may at least be comic strips." [interview] _The Progressive_ Nov 1989, v53(11) :34-37. Epel, Naomi. _Writers Dreaming / Dreamers Writing: 25 Writers Discuss Dreams and the Creative Process_. (New York: Carol Southern, 1993). Finn, Molly. [Book review]. _Commonweal_ Feb 28 1992, v119, n4, 23+. Freedman, Matthew. When it's a matter of life and death: Art Spiegelman's diagrams. _Arts Magazine_ v.65(2) (Oct. 1990): 83-87. Gates, David. [Book review]. _Newsweek_ Sept 22 1986, v108, p79(1). --------. [Book Review]. _Newsweek_ Jan 27 1992, v119, n4, 59+. Gehr, Richard. [Book review]. _Artforum_ Feb 1987, v25, p10. Gerber, D.A. [Book review]. _American Jewish History_ v.77(1): 159-175. Gibson, Roy. Sound and furry [letter]. _Comics Journal_ #175 (March 1995): 6-8. Gopnik, Adam. [Book review]. _The New Republic_ June 22 1987, v196, 29. Grant, Paul. [Book Review]. _Race and Class_ Oct/Dec 1989 v.31(2): 99-101. Grossman, Robert. [Book review]. _The Nation_ Jan 10 1987, v244, 23. Groth, Gary. Art Spiegelman Interview. _Comics Journal_ #180 (Spring 1995): 52-106. --------. Art Spiegelman Interview, Part II. _Comics Journal_ #181 (Oct. 1995): 97-139. Halkin, Hillel [Book review]. _Commentary_ Feb 1992, v93, n2, p55-56. Hamilton, William. [Book review]. _The New York Times Book Review_ Dec 7 1986, p71, col 1. Hirsch, Marianne. Family pictures: Maus, Mourning and Post-Memory. _Discourse: Journal for Theoretical Studies in Media and Culture_ v15(2) Winter 1992/1993, 3-29. Iadonisi, R. Bleeding history and owning his (father's) story: 'Maus" and collaborative autobiography. _CEA: College English Association_ v57(1): 41-56. [Interview]. _The Comics Journal_ #149. [Interview]. _Lifestyles_ Winter 1988 v.17(97): 18. Jacobowitz, S. "Words and pictures together": an interview with Art Spiegelman. _Writing on the Edge_ v.6(1) (Fall 1994): 49. Jane Smiley wins Pulitzer for fiction [and Spiegelman for _Maus_]. _Globe and Mail_ April 8, 1992: C5. Jefferson, Margo. [Book review]. _Vogue_ Sept 1986, v176, 418. Johnson, Ken. Art Spiegelman at MOMA [Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York]. _Art in America_ March 1992, v80, n3, 123. Article Summary: Art Spiegelman tells the story of his father and the Holocaust in comic strip form. Two volumes of 'Maus' are on exhibition, along with original pages that even show smudged drawings and pasted-on corrections. Jones, B. [Book review]. _American Book Review_ v14(6): 6-7. Kaplan, Alice Yaeger. Theweilt and Spiegelman: of men and mice. In _Remaking History_ ed. Barbara Kruger and Phil Mariani. (Dia Art Foundation Discussions in Contemporary Culture) Seattle: Bay, 1989, 151-172. Katz, Lisa. Of Maus and men. _New Jewish Times_. v.1 (Sep. 1980): 17. Kirshner, Sheldon. Comic book animals convey horrors of Holocaust. _Canadian Jewish News_ Oct. 20, 1988 v.29(23): 10. Langer, Lawrence L. [Book review]. _The New York Times Book Review_ Nov 3 1991, p1, col 1. Lappin, E. Interview with Art Spiegelman. _Jewish Quarterly_ v. 42(1) (Spring 1995): 6. Larson, Kay. Of mice and men. [Art Spiegelman, Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York]. _New York_ Jan 13 1992, v25(2):65. Abstract: Art Spiegelman's cartoon art is an epic narrative about the Holocaust, and his family's survival. Images depict horror and drama. The use of an ordinary medium allows the material to become extraordinary. Lewis, P. [Book review]. _Stand Magazine_ v.29(2): 36. Magida, Arthur J. Out of the 'Maus' trap: Art Spiegelman's 'Wild Party' loosens him. _Baltimore Jewish Times_ Jan. 20, 1995. Maus and co.: not-so-comic comics. _Behavioral and Social Sciences Librarian_ v5(1): 75-88. Miller, Nancy K. The unfolding dilemmas of identity and politics. (writing as woman and as a Jew) [excerpt from "People of the Book: Thirty Scholars Reflect on Their Jewish Identity"] _Chronicle of Higher Education_ August 9 1996, v42, n48, B7+. Abstract: A scholar who is both a woman and a Jew ponders how to write about her Jewish identity. She looks at criticism of noted contemporary Jewish authors Art Spiegelman and Vivian Gornick, and finds divisiveness even among Jewish critics. She finds that Jews are politically divided among themselves as to what is the Jewish identity. Turning to her family history, her grandparents have disassociated themselves from the European past. Secular voices of Jewish women remain yet to be heard. Mitchell, Sean. Now for a little hedonism: from his Holocaust saga in which Jewish mice are exterminated by Nazi cats, to the _New Yorker_ covers guaranteed to offend, to a wild party that ends in murder; Art Spiegelman. _Los Angeles Times_ Dec. 18, 1994. Mordden, Ethan. [Book review]. _The New Yorker_ April 6 1992, v68, n7, 90. Orvell, Mike. Writing posthistorically: Krazy Kat, Maus and the contemporary fiction cartoon. _American Literary History_ v4 (Spring 1992): 110-128. Ozick, Cynthia. Ozick on "Symmetry". _Moment_ Oct. 1993 v.18(5):78. The poet of pictograms: the man who wove an uncomic tale from the Holocaust talks about comics and com-mix [Interview]. _Time_ (Canadian ed.) Nov. 1, 1993 v.142(18): 68. A problem of taxonomy - Comment. _New York Times Book Review_ Dec. 29, 1991, 4. A problem of taxonomy - Reply _New York Times Book Review_ Dec. 29, 1991, 4. Reid, Calvin. A Maus that roars. _Publishers Weekly_ Jan. 31, 1994 v.241: 26-27. Rosen, A. The language of survival: English as metaphor in Spiegelman, Art 'Maus'. _Prooftexts: A Journal of Jewish Literary History_ v15(3): 249-262. Rothberg, Michael. "We were talking Jewish": Art Spiegelman's 'Maus' as "Holocaust" production. _Contemporary Literature_ Winter 1994, v35, n4, 661. Abstract: Art Spiegelman forces a visual confrontation with the experiences of a Holocaust survivor in his comic book 'Maus' through a modern, secular Jewish perspective. He explores the commoditization of Holocaust stories while not sentimentalizing the survivor. 'Maus' confronts the Holocaust from an internal perspective, drawing the reader into the experience while accepting the limits on representation imposed by the Holocaust itself. Scheel, K. "Maus. die gescichte eines uberlebenden'. [Book review] [German] _Merkur - Deutsche Zeitschrift fur Europaisches Denken_ v43(5): 435-438. Simson, M. Spiegelman visits the Catskills and Mauschwitz. _Publishers Weekly_ Apr. 26, 1991 v.238: 40. Smith, Graham. From Mickey to Maus: recalling the genocide through cartoon. _Oral History Journal_ (Spring 1987). Spiegelman, Art. _Current Biography_ March 1994, v55, n3, 47+. Article Summary: Art Spiegelman is an underground cartoonist who became famous with the publication of the 'Maus: A Survivor's Tale' books that portrayed life in Nazi-occupied Poland and the concentration camps. His life and career are profiled, and critical reaction to his work is discussed. Spiegelman, Art. Maus [lithographs by a comic artist]. _Tikkun_ Sept-Oct 1992, v7, n5, 44+. Article Summary: The Maus project, which entailed speaking of the complexities of interpersonal relationships and disastrous history, can give fulfillment of being to a man with a mission. As the artist moves to another project, he presents four stone lithographs that sum up the themes of Maus. --------. A Jew in Rostock. _New Yorker_ v.68 (Dec. 7, 1992): 119-121. Art tells of his trip to Europe to promote _Maus_ and reflects on how racism still remains there. --------. Mein kampf - my struggle. _New York Times Magazine_ May 12, 1996: 36-37. Art reflects on his life and childhood. Spiegelman, the ultimate cartoonist. _Alternative Media_ v.10(2) (Fall 1978): 3, 5-9. Staub, M. The shoa goes on and on: remembrance and representation in Art Spiegelman's _Maus_. v20 (Sep. 1, 1995): 33. Starr, Robert. Exhibit notes "Making Maus". Museum of Modern Art, NYC, 1992. Stern, R.A.M. Cat and mouse. _Economist_ Nov. 30, 1991, p. 86. Stone, Laurie. [Book review]. _The Nation_ Jan 6 1992, v254, n1, 28+. Stories out of the silence. _Newsweek_ Jan. 27, 1992 v.119: 59. Swipe file. _Comics Journal_ #141 (April 1991) Compares a panel by M. Mazruho to one in _Maus_. Tabachnick, Stephen E. Of Maus and memory. _Word and Image: A Journal of Verbal-Visual Enquiry_ Apr-Jun 1993 v9(2), 154-162. Teitelbaum, Sheli. "It doesn't work with humans" _Jerusalem Report_ Dec. 26, 1991 v.2(10): 45. Totten, Samuel. [Book review]. _Social Education_ Oct 1993, v57, n6, 338(1)+. Tucker, Ken. Cats, mice and history - the avant-garde of the comic strip. _The New York Times Book Review_ May 26 1985, v90, p3. Van Biema, David H. Art Spiegelman battles the holocaust's demons -- and his own -- in an epic cat-and-mouse comic book. _People Weekly_ Oct. 27, 1986 v26: 98-100+. Weschler, Lawrence. "Art's father, Vladek's son" In His _Shapinsky's Karma, Bogg's Bills and other True-life Tales_ (Penguin, 1990): 53-68. --------. Mighty 'Maus.' [Art Spiegelman's comic of the Holocaust] _Rolling Stone_ Nov 20 1986, p103. Witek, Joseph. _Comic books as history: the narrative art of Jack Jackson, Art Spiegelman, and Harvey Pekar. Jackson: University of Mississippi, 1989. [book]. Zoba, Wendy Murray. Trivializing the cross: Golgatha is no place for a bunny. (sacreligious April 17, 1995 New Yorker cover illustration) [Editorial] _Christianity Today_ June 19 1995, v39, n7, 17+. Abstract: Art Spiegelman's drawing of a bunny-businessman crucified on an income tax form is grossly insensitive to all Christians. Jesus Christ was sacrificed to atone for all, including Spiegelman. Zurrier, R. [Book review]. _Art Journal_ Sep. 1, 1991. I can photocopy and mail/fax (e-mail if I have time) any of the above articles that I can get access to. If necessary I might be able to purchase the issues for you. All photocopying and issue purchases will be done on a cost recovery basis. You will be charged from $0.09/pg - $0.25/pg depending on where the copying is done + postage + handling. Compilation by: Steven M. Bergson, Librarian.
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