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Topic - Lucy Shelton Caswell
"His work was accepted by the mainstream," Caswell said. "It was bought by public libraries and read widely."
Lucy Shelton Caswell, curator of the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum at Ohio State University, said it was inaccurate to describe Pekar's work as "cult."