CULTURE & ARTS
Where the Wild Things Are Turns 50: The Child's Journey, the Memory of JFK and What Sendak Taught Us
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A boy who changes into a giant insect. Talking jaguars who debate the philosophical implications of hunting -- and then go hunting anyway. A girl who runs away and becomes the leader of a group of monsters. That's the Kafka my kids discovered and made me realize the scariness, and the beauty, that had been there all along.