The next Maus? Images from a new graphic novel about the Holocaust
Loic Dauvillier’s 'Hidden' recasts childhood memories of the Holocaust in comic-strip format.
The genre of graphic novels dealing with the topic of the Holocaust has never been an easy one to digest. In 1991, Art Spiegelman’s “Maus” paved the way in its exploration of the limitations of the graphic novel in representing that which resists representation on one hand, and on the other hand in treating such a grim topic using an irreverent form such as a graphic novel....
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