Robert Cormier's response to Mrs. Anti's class

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Title

Robert Cormier's response to Mrs. Anti's class

Description

In this letter to Mrs. Anti's class, Cormier answers many questions posed by the students. First, he outlines how he got the idea for the novel. As in other letters, Cormier cites his life as a news reporter and his proximity to Fort Devens - as well as his thoughts on terrorism. He goes onto address his interest in the Abrahman-Isaac story, specifically the elements of sacrifice, patriotism, and extremism. He then moves onto discussing some of the psychoanalytic aspects of the characters and situations - like the schizophrenic characters - present in the novel.

Creator

Publisher

Robert Cormier Collection at Fitchburg State University's Amelia V. Gallucci-Cirio Library

Date

25 November 1988

Contributor

Elise Takehana, Anna Consalvo, Katy Covino

Format

JPG, 8.5 x 11 paper

Language

English

Type

Correspondence - readers Item Type Metadata

Citation

Robert Cormier, “Robert Cormier's response to Mrs. Anti's class,” Robert E. Cormier Archive Collection 2, accessed September 27, 2020, https://terrorandbullies.omeka.net/items/show/106.

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