History Creator / DrSeuss

29th Mar '18 7:30:05 AM StFan
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* ''[[WesternAnimation/HortonHearsAWho Horton Hears A Who!]]'' (2008)

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* ''[[WesternAnimation/HortonHearsAWho Horton Hears A Who!]]'' ''WesternAnimation/HortonHearsAWho'' (2008)



* ''WesternAnimation/HowTheGrinchStoleChristmas2018'' (2018)

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* ''WesternAnimation/HowTheGrinchStoleChristmas2018'' ''WesternAnimation/{{The Grinch|2018}}'' (2018)
28th Mar '18 9:20:00 PM kaiserbrown
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* CreatorProvincialism: Seuss lived in Springfield, Massachusetts for the entirety of his youth and drew inspiration from his surroundings. Springfield is mentioned in several of his works (most notably ''Mulberry Street'') and some of his illustrations are [[http://tinyurl.com/l8mo4e9 surreal versions of real places in town]]. Today the Springfield Museums have, in a courtyard behind the city's central library building, an outdoor shrine to him that includes statues of him and various characters, as well as a giant book statue containing the entire text of ''Oh, The Places You'll Go''. There is also a Seuss museum, which is largely a childrens museum but has sections in the upper floors with his papers and other work... though not his World War Two cartoons.

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* CreatorProvincialism: Seuss lived in Springfield, Massachusetts for the entirety of his youth and drew inspiration from his surroundings. Springfield is mentioned in several of his works (most notably ''Mulberry Street'') and some of his illustrations are [[http://tinyurl.com/l8mo4e9 surreal versions of real places in town]]. Today the Springfield Museums have, in a courtyard behind the city's central library building, an outdoor shrine to him that includes statues of him and various characters, as well as a giant book statue containing the entire text of ''Oh, The Places You'll Go''. There is also a Seuss museum, which is largely a childrens museum but has sections in the upper floors with his papers and other work... though not his World War Two cartoons.



** Even more so, ''The Butter Battle Book'' is a parable about the nuclear arms race between the US and the USSR, represented by two tribes living on opposite sides of a wall analogous to the Berlin Wall, concluding with a BolivianArmyEnding as the two sides are about to drop their bombs.

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** Even more so, ''The Butter Battle Book'' ''Literature/TheButterBattleBook'' is a parable about the nuclear arms race between the US and the USSR, represented by two tribes living on opposite sides of a wall analogous to the Berlin Wall, concluding with a BolivianArmyEnding as the two sides are about to drop their bombs.bombs.
** His work as a political cartoonist during World War Two was this, dealing with real world issues about supporting the Soviet Union against the Nazis and supporting Japanese internment. Seuss would later regret the latter.
28th Mar '18 9:17:15 PM kaiserbrown
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* CreatorProvincialism: Seuss lived in Springfield, Massachusetts for the entirety of his youth and drew inspiration from his surroundings. Springfield is mentioned in several of his works (most notably ''Mulberry Street'') and some of his illustrations are [[http://tinyurl.com/l8mo4e9 surreal versions of real places in town]]. Today the Springfield Museums have, in a courtyard behind the city's central library building, an outdoor shrine to him that includes statues of him and various characters, as well as a giant book statue containing the entire text of ''Oh, The Places You'll Go''.

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* CreatorProvincialism: Seuss lived in Springfield, Massachusetts for the entirety of his youth and drew inspiration from his surroundings. Springfield is mentioned in several of his works (most notably ''Mulberry Street'') and some of his illustrations are [[http://tinyurl.com/l8mo4e9 surreal versions of real places in town]]. Today the Springfield Museums have, in a courtyard behind the city's central library building, an outdoor shrine to him that includes statues of him and various characters, as well as a giant book statue containing the entire text of ''Oh, The Places You'll Go''. There is also a Seuss museum, which is largely a childrens museum but has sections in the upper floors with his papers and other work... though not his World War Two cartoons.
27th Mar '18 9:57:26 PM HeroGal2347
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27th Mar '18 9:43:28 PM HeroGal2347
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* ''Dr. Seuss's Sleep Book'' (1962)

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* ''Dr. Seuss's Sleep Book'' ''Literature/DrSeusssSleepBook'' (1962)



* ''Did I Ever Tell You How Lucky You Are?'' (1973)

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* ''Did I Ever Tell You How Lucky You Are?'' ''Literature/DidIEverTellYouHowLuckyYouAre''? (1973)
3rd Mar '18 7:09:28 PM HeroGal2347
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* ''And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street'' (1937)

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* ''And to Think That that I Saw It on Mulberry Street'' (1937)



* ''The King's Stilts'' (1939)

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* ''The ''[[Literature/TheKingsStilts The King's Stilts'' Stilts]]'' (1939)



* ''Thidwick the Big-Hearted Moose'' (1948)

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* ''Thidwick the Big-Hearted Moose'' ''Literature/ThidwickTheBigHeartedMoose'' (1948)
1st Mar '18 6:47:32 PM Lymantria
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* ''WesternAnimation/HowTheGrinchStoleChristmas2018'' (2018)
26th Feb '18 4:55:21 AM ddraco
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* ''[[WesternAnination/HortonHearsAWho Horton Hears A Who!]]'' (2008)

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* ''[[WesternAnination/HortonHearsAWho ''[[WesternAnimation/HortonHearsAWho Horton Hears A Who!]]'' (2008)
21st Feb '18 10:24:52 PM HeroGal2347
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* ''Horton and the Qwuggerbug and More Lost Stories'' (2014)

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* ''Horton and the Qwuggerbug and More Lost Stories'' ''Literature/HortonAndTheKwuggerbugAndMoreLostStories'' (2014)
21st Feb '18 6:02:14 PM HeroGal2347
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* BittersweetEnding: A number of books, but ''The Sneetches'' is a prominent example. In the end, [=McBean=] successfully cons the sneetches out of all their money with his Star Machine gambit, leaving them penniless, but the experience teaches them how stupid and pointless racial discrimination is and learn to live as equals from that point on.

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* BittersweetEnding: A number of books, but ''The Sneetches'' ''[[Literature/TheSneetchesAndOtherStories The Sneetches]]'' is a prominent example. In the end, [=McBean=] successfully cons the sneetches out of all their money with his Star Machine gambit, leaving them penniless, but the experience teaches them how stupid and pointless racial discrimination is and learn to live as equals from that point on.
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