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296 pages, Paperback
First published January 1, 1980
“Show to me your pencil and I can explain you … such things. It’s good to know exactly how was it—just in case.”Like a lot of other people, I had heard of Maus but was not inspired to actually read it until school districts in the South started banning it from schools. Shame on them for such a despicable act, and a little bit of shame on me for never having read this book before.
“If you want to live, it’s good to be friendly.”
“About Auschwitz, nobody can understand.”