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There should be a place where only the things you want to happen, happen - Maurice Sendak 

It's a beautiful Sunday morning out here. Pretty much reminds me of my childhood days. Sundays, far from those of “normal kids” and busy adults, were full of reading books, doodling on walls and yes, I devoured sitting under an Ashwattha tree for hours. Fairy-tales woven by Charles Perrault and Grimm Brothers kept me riveted. I giggled when the "Good Characters" in these stories triumphed in some sorta battles against the  old "Baddies" (Monsters,witches).Nonetheless, I started appreciating the gusto of dark lords, since their actions strayed from monotonous and cliched sense of "Righteousness".Those days were unpretentious and so much fun, cluttered and terrifying, and yet so liberating. Free from the  manacles of the  feigned civilization. The diktats of society and its morals were not ingrained into my psyche.

As the days advanced, my free-spirited "Childhood" was transformed into a restraint adolescence and finally narrowed down to a well mannered adulthood. The moral of these folklore and fairy-tales seemed so irrelevant to the world I was inhabiting. But my recent visit to Fantasyland (Walt Disney) somehow ferociously brought back those childhood memories. In the Fantasyland, role play of a well dressed up princess wanting to be swept off feet by her prince seemed oblivious of everything around her with cheerful abandon, made me realize how much I once craved to be liker her :)...and still do. The prince can be "Whatever" for the time being, but I find myself more allured by the ecstasy of  "Being princess"....

My only pre-apocalyptic wish is that no matter how restraining and controlling life becomes -  I should always remain "Wild and Free" at heart. There is obviously a place where only the things I want to happen, happen. I too can be a princess - yes! in my dreams 'At least" :D  
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https://plus.google.com/116252583195931773166 J.R. Bowles : ”Where the Wild Things Are” is a children’s book written and illustrated by Maurice Sendak in 1963. ...
”Where the Wild Things Are” is a children’s book written and illustrated by Maurice Sendak in 1963.  

Sendak spent 4 years in a tug of war with editors over the content of the storyline, but eventually won out, and the book saw print in 1967. Despite objections over the content, and being banned around the country immediately after its release, it went on to win dozens of awards, including the coveted Caldecott Medal for the most distinguished American picture book, and the affection of generations of fans.

Children didn’t have summer camps in the Brooklyn he knew, so they were left to their own imagination. Sendak said that honesty meant portraying the childhood he knew- one filled with loss, fear, and boredom.

Initial objections to the story were over its psychoanalytical interpretations, which takes issue with Max’s process of learning to master his emotions.

Max is a mischievous child. His behavioral issues consisted of nailing a sheet into the wall to make a tent, chasing his dog with a fork, and screaming at his mother that he will “eat her up.” This realistic vision of childhood behavior was difficult for adults to contend. The portrayal of real issues in a children’s book, instead of the rose-colored angelic image, was more than adults were willing to admit.

These were not the sugarcoated, good boy images of childhood that existed in children’s stories of previous generations- these were argumentative, disobedient beings that many remember from true life.

When Max is sent to his room with no supper due to his behavior, he decides to sail away to the fantasy world of the Wild Things. It is interesting to note how the page layout echoes this process. When the story begins, there is a large amount of white space surrounding the text. The illustrations slowly become larger and larger, until they engulf the entire page; the text is gone upon reaching the centerfold spread of Max and the Wild Things dancing and celebrating together. Then, as Max “tames” the animals and returns home, the illustrations go back to their original size.

A boy throwing a tantrum was considered dangerous behavior and Sendak was accused of glorifying Max’s anger, prompting psychologists to condemn it as “too dark and frightening.” In a March, 1969 column for Ladies’ Home Journal, child psychologist Bruno Bettelheim called the book psychologically damaging for 3- and 4-year-olds. He thought the idea that a mother would deprive a child of food was an inappropriate form of punishment, and that it would traumatize young readers.

Thus, it was banned heavily in the American South, and by libraries nationwide in the first years of its release.

Where the Wild Things Are has also been challenged over the years for images considered to promote witchcraft and supernatural elements.

But children continued to embrace it, and the story about the boy who went to world of the Wild Things changed not only their lives, but literature, forever.

http://bannedbooks.world.edu/2011/04/10/banned-books-awareness-wild-maurice-sendak/

Sources: Christian Science Monitor, Yahoo, University of Virginia, Associated Content
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Maurice Sendak's gorgeous sets and Tchaikovsky's timeless music are the real stars of this Pacific Northwest Ballet version of the classic Christmas story. Julie Harris supplies the sparse narration for this beloved tale--told through dance--of a young girl, Clara, who falls asleep on Christmas Eve and dreams of strange doings at her parents' holiday party. Her toy nutcracker turns into a prince, battles mice, and takes Clara to the Land of the Sugar Plum Fairy. Sendak created fantastical backdrops and colorfully costumed versions of Clara's toys come to life, which he also captured in the illustrations for his subsequent edition of E.T.A. Hoffman's book. Add Carroll Ballard's MTV-style quick cuts, and you've got a Nutcracker that will entertain toddlers as well as the traditional audience of older children, making for cozy family viewing. --Kimberly Heinrichs
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