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Where the Wild Things Are | Study Guide

Maurice Sendak

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Overview

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Author

Maurice Sendak

Year Published

1963

Type

Short Story

Genre

Fantasy

Perspective and Narrator

Where the Wild Things Are is told by an objective third-person narrator.

Tense

Where the Wild Things Are is written in the past tense.

About the Title

The title Where the Wild Things Are evokes both the imagination of childhood and one child's outrage and anger generated by parental punishment.

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