Neglect. Hallucinations. Paranoia. Theodor Geisel expertly weaves together these elements in his 1957 psychological thriller, The Cat In The Hat. Told by an unnamed narrator of questionable reliability, readers are encouraged to subscribe to his hallucinations of domesticated creatures that run amok during the appalling absence of parental authority. Geisel’s story centers on two young, unsupervised…

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