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Teacher John Merrill writes to principal Paul Tracy supporting The Chocolate War.

Letter to Irmo High School principal, Dr. John Sprawls in defense of The Chocolate War.

Cormier writes about the limiting influence literature would have on the behavior of its readers.

Cormier discusses the futility of censorship in protecting children from the world.

Cormier writes to supporters of his works about his upcoming sequel Beyond the Chocolate War and his admiration of the work of teachers.

Cormier summarizes a number of censorship attacks on his books in Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, and Florida. He also mentions how he responds to censorship attempts of his work.

Robert Cormier thanks Fabio Coen for his comments and describes the revisions he made to The Chocolate War.

Cormier thanks Coen for his comments and describes the revisions made to The Chocolate War.

Robert Cormier writes to a class about how a character's development follows inevitable paths. He also addresses how the sequel to The Chocolate War aims to address readers' questions. Cormier later discusses the dangers of precautionary…

Cormier describes the outcomes and actions of defenders in censorship battles in South Carolina and Massachusetts. Attached is a newspaper clipping on a South Carolina censorship battle.

Rose Reissman of The Ditmas Writing Institute creates eight lesson plans on theme, evaluation, plot, and sequence.

Joseph Sepesy's term paper for Dr. Gary Salvner's Spring 1988 Adolescent Literature course at Youngstown State University is largely an analysis of Jerry's character.
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