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2 These are no doubt the most popular readings but they are by no means the only two. In 1996 Henry Sullivan published a study of Don Quixote titled Grotesque Purgatory: A Study of Cervantes’s “Don Quixote”, Part II. e. e. 3 In Sullivan’s reading Don Quixote is no longer merely a clown or an object of pity, but rather a man engaged in the grotesque and frightful search for certainty and salvation. Don Quixote like Stephen Hessel 53 ______________________________________________________________ the archetypical everyman shares with the rest of his society an anxiety that is difficult to represent and much more difficult to assuage.

13 Not every child would have parents that often impose their Holocaust experience on them. S. 16 Traumatised by his post-memory, Artie has been through several breakdowns. In fact, even before his mother’s suicide, Artie had been sent to a psychiatric hospital for recuperation. 17 The sorrowful familial history causes Artie’s breakdowns. His depression is caused not only by his mother’s suicide and his father’s camp condition, but also by the ghastly competition with his dead brother, Richieu.

18 Figure 1. From The Complete Maus: A Survivor’s Tale, ©1986 by Art Spiegelman, permission of The Wylie Agency. With Spiegelman’s gloomy drawing techniques, this episode shows his mother’s confused mad eyes, his father’s exaggerated mournful outburst depicted by his jumping on the coffin, and his own traumatic imprisonment, crying “You murdered me. ” (fig. ’ (fig. 2)20 In addition to numbness, Artie is thrown into confusion by his mother’s death. His mother has imprisoned him with melancholia.

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