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  • Seuss,

Seuss, Dr. (Personal Name)

This authority is not used in any records.
Preferred form: Seuss, Dr.
Used for/see from:
  • Dokter Seuss
  • Doḳṭor Sus
  • Dr. Seuss
  • Dr. Sus
  • Dr. Zois
  • Seuss, Dokter
  • Sus, Doḳṭor
  • Sus, Dr.
  • Доктор СЬюз
  • סוס, דר
  • סוס, דוקטור
  • זויד, ד׳ר
  • דוקטור סוס
  • דוקטור סוס
  • Seuss, Theophrastus

For works of this author written in collaboration with Michael K. Frith, search also under Stone, Rosetta, 1904-1991 For works of this author entered under other names, search also under Geisel, Theodor Seuss, 1904- , LeSieg, Theo., 1904-

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De ḳats der payats, 2003: t.p. (Dr. Sus; Dokter Seuss [in rom.])

Author's In a people house, 1972.

Contemp. auth., new rev. ser., v. 13 (Geisel, Theodor Seuss; b. Mar. 2, 1904)

Washington Post, 09-26-91 (Theodor Seuss Geisel, who wrote as Dr. Seuss; d. 09-24-91, La Jolla, Calif.)

ha-Sefer sheli ʻal ʻatsmi, 1984: t.p. (Doḳṭor Sus)

ha-Melekh Tsav-Tsav, 1981?: t.p. (Dr. Zois)

Wikipedia, July 22, 2013 (Dr. Seuss; Theodor Seuss Geisel; born March 2, 1904 in Springfield Massachusetts; died September 24, 1991 in La Jolla, California; American writer, poet, and cartoonist most widely known for children's picture books written and illustrated as Dr. Seuss. He had used the pen name Dr. Theophrastus Seuss in college and later used Theo LeSieg, and once Rosetta Stone, as well as Dr. Seuss. Geisel published 46 children's books, often characterized by imaginative characters, rhyme, and frequent use of anapestic meter. His most celebrated books include the bestselling Green Eggs and Ham, The Cat in the Hat, Horton Hears a Who!, and How the Grinch Stole Christmas!)