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|Obra||Artist, ilustrador, talasulat|
|Pipagaralan||Art Students League of New York|
|Panaun ning pamanyulat||1947–2012|
|Genre||Panyulat a pang-anak, librung larawan|
|Bantug a obra||Where the Wild Things Are (1963)|
In the Night Kitchen (1970)
|Kayabe bale||Dr. Eugene Glynn |
(1957–2007; his death)
|Kamaganak||Philip Sendak (father), |
Sadie Schindler (mother),
Jack Sendak (brother)
I Maurice Bernard Sendak (//; Junio 10, 1928 – Mayo 8, 2012) metung yang Americanung talasulat ampong ilustrador ning panyulat a pang-anak. Pikabalwan yang dili uli ning kayang libru, ing Where the Wild Things Are, a milimbag anyang 1963.
Dalerayan[mag-edit | alilan ya ing pikuwanan]
Suglung palwal[mag-edit | alilan ya ing pikuwanan]
- "TateShots: Maurice Sendak", a five-minute interview, Tate Museum, 22 December 2011; "look back over his literary career, discuss his love for William Blake and hear why he believes that as an artist, 'you just have to take the dive'".
- "Fresh Air Remembers Author Maurice Sendak", Fresh Air (NPR), May 8, 2012. With links to/excerpts of interviews in 1986, 1989, 1993, 2003 (re: Brundibár), 2009 ("Looking Back On Wild Things ...") and 2011 ("This Pig Wants To Party: Maurice Sendak's Latest").
- "Maurice Sendak: Where the Wild Things Are", NOW on PBS, interview by Bill Moyers, 2004. Other links: NOW: "The History of Brundibar"; American Masters: "Maurice Sendak"; HBO: "A Portrait of Maurice Sendak".
- PBS: American Masters A one-minute video clip
- NPR: Conversation with Maurice Sendak. A seventeen-minute audio interview by Jennifer Ludden, June 4, 2005.
- "Maurice Sendak", KCRW Bookworm Interview by Michael Silverblatt, May 18, 1992; "talks about The Nutcracker and the process of writing a book that became a classic."
- The Rosenbach Museum and Library Exhibition space for Sendak drawings
- The Big Green Book : Maurice Sendak's Tribute to Beatrix Potter. Prints & Books. Victoria and Albert Museum.
- Deng obrang gewa nang o tungkul kang Maurice Sendak kareng aklatan (WorldCat catalog)
- "Remembering Maurice Sendak through his Stephen Colbert interview", LA Times Showtracker blog, May 8, 2012. Highlights of one of Sendak's last public interviews; with Stephen Colbert; "months before his passing" (n.d.); with links to two-part interview at ColbertNation.com.
- "Maurice Sendak remembered by Tony Kushner: The author of Where the Wild Things Are was driven to make rich, complex, even dangerous art for children", Tony Kushner, The Guardian, 22 December 2012
|MAKUYAD A PAMILARAWAN||Children's writer|
|ALDO KEBAITAN||June 10, 1928|
|LUGAL KEBAITAN||Brooklyn, New York|
|ALDO KEMATIAN||May 8, 2012|
|LUGAL KEMATIAN||Danbury, Connecticut|