By Rosalind Krauss
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The editor asked him to draw more. For the next seven years, Geisel turned away from the fantasy world of children’s literature to help his country as they faced some very real enemies: the Axis powers. indd 55 4/13/11 4:39 PM Ted Geisel reclines with his Irish setter Cluny and some proofs of his work by the edge of his swimming pool in La Jolla, California. After World War II, the Geisels moved to California because they had fallen in love with the sunny climate. indd 56 4/13/11 4:39 PM 5 Dr. Seuss Goes to War IN JUNE 1941, TED AND HELEN Geisel left New York to spend the summer at a house they had recently purchased for $8,000 (partially with his royalty advance for Horton Hatches an Egg) in La Jolla, California.
Indd 47 4/13/11 4:39 PM 48 DR. SEUSS (THEODOR GEISEL) a royalty), he would earn only 10 cents for each book sold. In that case, the first print run would have earned the good Dr. Seuss only $1,500. In fact, by 1943, he had earned only $3,500 from Mulberry Street. Not that Geisel was worried about money. He was still making a very good living by writing and drawing ads, mostly for the giant Standard Oil Company. Creating children’s books was just one more way for Dr. Seuss to express the sights and sounds alive within his active mind.
Geisel’s reaction was immediate: He ran to his drawing board and began drawing furiously. One of his cartoons showed a catlike Uncle Sam that had been awakened from sleep to find himself at war. S. S. government responded in kind. Suddenly, the United States was at war both in Asia against Japan and in Europe against Hitler’s Germany. Geisel’s cartoons drew a lot of attention, both good and bad. indd 58 4/13/11 4:39 PM DR. SEUSS GOES TO WAR 59 Did you know... Between 1939 and 1941, the United States watched as Germany and Japan invaded nearby countries, bombing cities and killing people.
Antivision by Rosalind Krauss
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