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'My Brother's Book': Maurice Sendak's posthumous tribute to his brother Jack




Standing with a character from his book 'Where the Wild Things Are,' author and illustrator Maurice Sendak speaks with the media January 11, 2002 before the opening of an exhibition entitled, 'Maurice Sendak In His Own Words and Pictures,' at the Childrens Museum of Manhattan in New York City
Standing with a character from his book 'Where the Wild Things Are,' author and illustrator Maurice Sendak speaks with the media January 11, 2002 before the opening of an exhibition entitled, 'Maurice Sendak In His Own Words and Pictures,' at the Childrens Museum of Manhattan in New York City
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Standing with a character from his book 'Where the Wild Things Are,' author and illustrator Maurice Sendak speaks with the media January 11, 2002 before the opening of an exhibition entitled, 'Maurice Sendak In His Own Words and Pictures,' at the Childrens Museum of Manhattan in New York City
Maurice Sendak's last book "My Brother's Book."


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Sendak's posthumous title, "My Brother's Book," comes 50 years after the publication of "Where the Wild Things Are," and is a dark and interesting final chapter for the widely celebrated author.

Take Two will talk to Patrick Rodgers, curator of the Maurice Sendak Collection at the Rosenbach Museum and Library in Philadelphia.