Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar, quoth Freud. But for the lunatic left, one of my cherished memories of being read to as child is now revealed as species—ist, imperialist indoctrination.
When I read these books to my kids (who also seemed to love them), I always thought that George was a metaphorical child and The Man in the Yellow Hat a parent. But apparently it is a lot more complex than I ever realized.
Either that or these critics are pompous, self—obsessed fools, and quite probably not parents themselves.
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