Cynthia Zarin

Yale University

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Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing at Yale University and the author of several books, including the An Enlarged Heart, due in February, 2013

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An 8-year old girl wrote to children's author  Maurice Sendak  as follows: "Dear Mr. Sendak, How much does it cost to get to where the wild things are?

Famed Children's Author Maurice Sendak Dies at 83

An 8-year old girl wrote to children's author Maurice Sendak as follows: "Dear Mr. Sendak, How much does it cost to get to where the wild things are?

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