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Tony Kushner Remembers Maurice Sendak
"His books will last as long as there are people on the planet, but he's gone, and he's taken with him the irreplaceable pleasure - the unique amalgamation of delightful nuttiness, naked, unapologetic need, wild associations and prodigious, profligate spontaneous invention - that could be had in his company." The Observer (UK) 12/22/12
Posted December 28, 2012 12:43 AM




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