From TIME'S Archive: Maurice Sendak on Children's Books | Entertainment | TIME.com

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From TIME's Archive

In December 1980, TIME Correspondent Peter Stoler spoke to Maurice Sendak about children's literature. Parts of the Stoler's reporting were used for a story that ran in the magazine but the full file has been preserved in TIME's archives...

This piece, from TIME magazine's archive and dating from 1980 is more worthy of checking out than the multitude of links that currently pop up in a websearch for 'Sendak' presenting much the same information.

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