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“There is no great children’s book which does not reflect the obsession or fantasy of the author,” Margot Hentoff wrote in her 1970 review of books by Roald Dahl, E.B. White, Paul Zindel, and Maurice Sendak, “and none in which that obsession or fantasy does not correspond to something of the same in the child.”

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