How Maurice Sendak's drawings enraged the world's leading child psychiatrist.
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Could it be true that the world's favourite elephant is a political animal?
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Why Mary Wollstonecraft was a children's author before she was a feminist writer.
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Why illustrator George Cruikshank was a vicious satirist in his political sketches but a priggish moralist in his children's books.
Why Charles Dickens and his illustrator George Cruikshank had a bitter public row about the meaning of fairy tales.
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How the late Geoffrey Trease led the struggle against prewar children's books' obsession with boarding schools and the lives of the privileged.