Maus 1: Chapter 2

Can you find some contacts in this chapter?

Also explain the meaning of the question 

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Contrast generally means means finding the differences. To begin with, Maus jumps back and forth often between the past and the present. To facilitate these transitions in this summary, the Holocaust narrative is written in normal font, while all other narratives are written in italics. Much of what Vladek tells Art is contrasting, even nonsensical. Vladek is dividing his pills into daily doses. In all, he takes over thirty pills a day, including six for his heart, one for diabetes, and more than twenty-five vitamins. He tells his son that prescription medications are only "junk food," and that to stay healthy, he must fight on his own. They sit at the table, and Vladek continues his story.

I'm not sure what you mean by "contacts". 

I mean contrasts sorry