Quotes from The Complete Maus

Art Spiegelman ·  296 pages

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“Sometimes I don't feel like a functioning adult”
― Art Spiegelman, quote from The Complete Maus

“No, darling! To die it's easy... But you have to stuggle for life!”
― Art Spiegelman, quote from The Complete Maus

“I know this is insane, but I somehow wish I had been in Auschwitz with my parents so I could really know what they lived through! I guess it's some kind of guilt about having had an easier life than they did.”
― Art Spiegelman, quote from The Complete Maus

“Yes, life always takes the side of life, and somehow the victims are blamed. But it wasn’t the best people who survived, nor did the best ones die. It was random!”
― Art Spiegelman, quote from The Complete Maus

“Jag talar inte om din bok nu, men se hur många böcker som redan skrivits om Förintelsen. Till vilken nytta? Folk har inte blivit annorlunda...

Dom kanske behöver en ny Förintelse, en ännu värre...”
― Art Spiegelman, quote from The Complete Maus

About the author

Art Spiegelman
Born place: in Stockholm, Sweden
Born date February 15, 1948
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