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Cormier's talk on fear delivered at New York University discusses the nature of fear and how fear comes from within and not from movies and books. He talks about how fear is in the commonplace facts and experiences of life and not in the fantastic.…

Cormier describes how the source of fear is not in monsters on the screen or in books but those in our minds. He also describes a mother reading his novels along with her eighth-grade son.

In these drafts, Robert Cormier mines his memories of childhood to articulate the inspirations for his dark books.

A speech on self-censorship and parenting serves as Cormier's response to censorship attempts of The Chocolate War.
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