Genius in the Making

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create what for nearly 70 years have beenrnrecognized as classics of American children'srnliterature. Holtz's claim that Lanernfunctioned as Wilder's ghostwriter madernhim a minor literary celebrity overnightrn—especially in his home state ofrnMissouri —but, while some readers enthusiasticallyrnaccepted his conclusions,rnothers (including long-standing Wilderrnscholars like William T . . .

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