Maurice Sendak: Father of the Wild Things

By OAN Reporting Staff

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“Genius,” wrote poet Charles Baudelaire, “is only childhood recalled at will.” Few creative artists’ lives and works have given more credence to this notion than Maurice Sendak, who was—in the words of The New York Times—“widely considered to be the most important children’s book artist of the 20th century.”

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