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"Maus" Summarized and Analyzed By Students' Academy
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“Maus” by Art Spiegelman was first published in the year 1991. It is a graphic novel by this famous American cartoonist. The book is very unique in its style and presentation. Spiegelman... More > is the main character in the novel. He is also the narrator of the novel. Spiegelman interviews his father. He wants to know about his father’s experiences as a Polish Jew and Holocaust survivor. The author has used postmodern techniques in the novel. Different human races have been presented as different kinds of animals, such as Jews as mice, Germans as cats, and non-Jewish Poles as pigs, etc. "Maus" Summarized and Analyzed Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Major Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Book One Book Two Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
Journal of the International Institute of Law and Medicine By Dennis Campbell, Editor
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The Journal is published annually by the International Institute of Law and Medicine, providing commentary on current issues in the interplay among law, medicine, and health care by lawyers,... More > physicians, and health care professionals from countries throughout the world.< Less
The Tyler Group Barcelona Hand and Gavel Domestic: Civil Rights in the Modern World By Andie White
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The 13th Amendment of the United States of America exemplifies the constitutional protection government provides for the civil rights as well as the general inalienable human rights of people to be... More > free to live and to express themselves according to their inherent beliefs and distinct customs as citizens of a nation. Self-evident in this historic and magnificent example of the triumph of justice and equality is the continuing struggle of certain classes within the many nations of the world, whether defined by culture, habits, language, gender, age or beliefs, to live according to their calling within the vast freedom provided to them by civil laws.< Less
The Bear Guarding the Beehive By Stephanie C. Fox
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Once upon a time, there was a beautiful country called Oblivion. It had everything growing in it to make its people happy and healthy: raspberries, almonds, peaches, apricots, blueberries,... More > cranberries, lavender, thyme, irises, roses, tulips, daffodils…the list seemed endless. But it did end, because some of the Thieves of Oblivion wanted to sell all of these wonderful things, and to force Nature to produce more and more and more of them. These Thieves, running a corporation called BearGenics, had a conflict of interest with Nature. They tampered with the genetics of crop plants. They never gave a thought to the fact that without honey bees, none of these plants would grow. The Thieves poisoned the plants, and in so doing, poisoned the honey bees. That’s what happens what you leave the bear guarding the beehive.< Less