By Dr. Seuss
Publish yr note: First released September twelfth 1947
Imagination runs wild during this Caldecott Honor-winning story that includes Dr. Seuss's inimitable voice and hysterical illustrations.
The first Seuss name to add full-color paintings on any other page, this adventurous photograph booklet tells of Marco-who first imagined a unprecedented parade in And to imagine That I observed It on Mulberry Street-as he daydreams of the entire chances that watch for him whereas he fishes in McElligot's Pool.
Optimistic and interesting, this story is the fitting bait, and readers old and young should be addicted to this fish-tastic favorite.
Caldecott Honor (1948)
Pacific Northwest Library organization younger Reader's selection Award (1950)
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You know w hat the young knights were taught, Monty- to keep their bodies under, and bring the m into s ubjection; to love God, and speak truth always. 'That. sounds very grand and noble to me. But when a big fellow takes up a little o ne y ou know pretty well that tlwse ar e not the kind of lessons he teaches~ (57) 'TI1is passage echoes a nearly identical one from Tom Brown's Schooldays. When an older boy sends a younger one to enlist Tom Brown's service, Brown and his 5 + Losing and Using Queer Youth friend East note that the younger boy is "one of the miserable little pretty whitehanded curly-headed boys, petted and pampered by some of the big fellows, who wrote their verses for them, taught them to drink and use bad langu age, and did all they could to spoil them for everything in this world an d the ne:~:t" (233).
I wonder what would happen if I looked like a fairy to e\•eryon e" ( 17). Finny's lack of concern is itself queer in the homosocial context of a boys' school where, by the 1940s, such a label m ight incur a significant cost to on e's social status, if not physical safety. The pink shirt, moreover, proves central to Gene's attempt to become Finny. Wearing the shirt completes Gen e's incorporation of Finny into his own self following Finny's first absence from Devon. That Finny originates each of these symbols signines a phallic a uthority ultimately claimed by Gene as the story's narrator.
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