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 (gī′zəl), Theodor Seuss Pen name Dr. Seuss (so͞os) 1904-1991.
American writer and illustrator of children's books. His works, known for their humorous verse and playful illustrations, include The Cat in the Hat (1957) and Green Eggs and Ham (1960).

Gei•sel

(ˈgaɪ zəl)

n.
Theodor Seuss (so̅o̅s), ( “Dr. Seuss” ), 1904–91, U.S. humorist, illustrator, and author of children's books.
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Seuss, whose real name was Theodore Geisel, died in 1991.
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Dr Seuss the penname of the late Theodor Seuss Geisel published The Lorax in 1971 and it quickly became a classic children's book, a staple of the environmental movement and a major buzzkill for the logging industry.