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Colbert’s Maurice Sendak tribute: ‘I Am a Pole’ released, coincidentally, on day of author’s death

Maurice Sendak, who died Tuesday at the age of 83, will be remembered for his wit and honesty — thanks in part to his appearance earlier this year on “The Colbert Report.” On the talk show, he lamented the “abysmal” state of children’s literature today and admitted he liked children “as few and far between as I like adults.” Read full article >>
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