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Then the world began changing. Will Eisner (1917-2005), known as the "father of the graphic novel," expanded his cartooning, and he began using sequential art to tell visual narratives that were of interest to adults. The first book of this type created by Eisner was "A Contract with God and other Tenement Stories." During the next decade, Art Spiegelman wrote his two-volume Maus, about Nazi Germany and the Holocaust, and in 1992, Spiegelman was given a special Pulitzer Prize for his work.