Have you ever wondered if a true story about a young boy surviving through the ultimate death camps could ever be similar to a comic book about cats and mice? Surprisingly, the two books, Night (Elie Wiesel) and Maus (Art Spiegelman) have some very common components. For instance, the father-son relationships between Wiesel and Spiegelman are very identical. Also, the message the authors try to expose are very similar as well. Despite these similarities, Wiesel and Spiegelman have very different writing styles that add a bit of contrast to the two well written novels.
The most similar component between Wiesel’s and Spiegelman’s writings is the rocky and distant relationships the young boys have with their fathers. During the beginning