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Thursday, March 19, 2015

More on Maus and Art Spiegelman, from National Public Radio

From NPR:

Morning Edition, January 26, 2004 With Maus, a comic book based on his parents' survival of the Holocaust, Art Spiegelman won international acclaim -- and the 1992 Pulitzer Prize. In the latest installment of Intersections, a Morning Edition series on artists and their inspirations, NPR's Susan Stamberg explores how the artist was first inspired to use the visual language of comics to tell a dark tale.

Read the rest, and hear Spielgelman interviewed.


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