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Assorted draft pages of Cormier's chapter on censorship later included in his essay "A Book Is Not a House: The Human Side of Censorship."

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…

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.

Monseau considers student letters to Cormier's characters to argue that identifying with Cormier's characters helps students develop strength in their own identity.

A rough typescript of Robert Cormier's speech on living through his characters.
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