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

Cormier describes how Jerry was his most significant challenge in writing Beyond the Chocolate War. He also talks about his tentative work on a potential third novel.

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.

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."
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