Having read the two first parts of the book Maus by Art Spiegelman, I can very well connect this book to several others we have read in seventh grade and last semester. Some of these books are The Giver, Anthem, One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich, Uglies and The City of Ember. Maus being based on a historical event being the Holocaust and World war I/II it has to do a lot with equality and a completely different world. For the Nazis Group this completely different world meant no Jews, no disabled people and no Gypsies. It meant that everyone had to be a cert way, and that way was having blue eyes and blond hair.
Isn't it ironic how Hitler wanted the people to have these characteristics even though he didn't have them? I think so two.
For all the other books their idea of perfect world meant the creation of no difference between the people and almost no emotions. But the difference between all the books and Maus is that they are all set in the future with just a scenario. As for Maus, it happened, and people had to suffer for something that lead to despair and failure. People gave so much to receive such a massive destruction.