Mordden, E.
April 1992
New Yorker;4/6/92, Vol. 68 Issue 7, p90
Reviews the comic book entitled `Maus,' by Art Spiegelman. Contends that the comic book is the only art form invented or uniquely transformed by Americans which has not undergone vigorous development in the last fifty years. Describes how Spiegelman has turned this convention inside out.


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