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What Maurice Sendak taught us about facing our fears 

A landscape of collapsed barns, pastures overgrown with purple-tipped burdock and farm equipment rusted solid is an ideal setting to reflect on the passing of Maurice Sendak, author and artist, who most famously wrote Where the Wild Things Are, published in 1963…

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