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Campbell, Patricia J. Presenting Robert Cormier. Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1989 (first edition 1985). (Twayne United States Authors Series, 496.)

Campbell offers analyses of Cormier's writings for young people through Fade. It includes an extensive bibliography.

Cormier, Robert. "Creating Fade." Horn Book 65 (1989): 166-173. Cormier explains how he wrote one of his novels for young adults, from inspiration to difficulties shaping the story.

Gallo, Donald R. "Reality and Responsibility: The Continuing Controversy over Robert Cormier's Books for Young Adults." Voice of Youth Advocates 7 (1984): 245-247. (Reprinted in The VOYA Reader. Edited by Dorothy M. Broderick. Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow, 1990, pp. 153160.) Gallo explores the elements in Cormier's fiction for young adults that make it controversial.

Iskander, Sylvia Patterson. "Readers, Realism, and Robert Cormier." Children's Literature 15 (1987): 7-18.

Iskander covers the reasons Cormier's books for young readers have been censored.

——. "Robert Cormier." In Concise Dictionary of American Literary Biography: Broadening Views, 1968-...

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