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WHAT DO THE CRITICS THINK OF DR. SUESS'S WORKS?
-- Anonymous, April 30, 2000
Okay, I'll give it a shot.
In general they have considered them entertaining unique works for children. They have not been considered as serious representations of art and poetry--as I think they deserve to be--on the order of your nursery rhymes, which often had a political meaning, or your Aesop's fables, or more recently, the works of Lewis Carroll, which have come to be seen as literature intheir own right.
-- Anonymous, May 04, 2000