|Birth Day:||January 17, 1925|
|Death Date:||November 2, 2000(2000-11-02) (aged 75)
|Birth Place:||Leominster, United States|
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As per our current Database, Robert Cormier died on November 2, 2000(2000-11-02) (aged 75)
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Robert Cormier was born in 1925 in Leominster, Massachusetts, in the French-Canadian section of the town called French Hill. He was the second of eight children. His family moved frequently to afford rent, but never left his hometown. Even when he was much older and owned a summer home, it was only 19 mi (31 km) away from Leominster. In a few of his books, Cormier's hometown of Leominster became the fictional town of Monument, and its village of French Hill became Frenchtown. The nearby city of Fitchburg became Wickburg.
Cormier became a full-time writer after the success of his first adult novel for teenagers, Now and at the Hour (1960); others followed, such as The Chocolate War and After the First Death. He was concerned with the problems facing young people in modern society, which was reflected in his novels. He soon established a reputation as a brilliant and uncompromising writer. His awards include the Margaret A. Edwards Award of the Young Adult Services Division of the American Library Association, a lifetime award that recognizes a particular body of work that provides young adults with a window through which they can view the world, and which will help them to grow and understand themselves and their role in society. Cormier won the annual award in 1991, citing The Chocolate War; I Am the Cheese; and After the First Death.
Cormier died On November 2, 2000 due to complications from a blood clot.
Currently, Robert Cormier is 97 years, 6 months and 30 days old. Robert Cormier will celebrate 98th birthday on a Tuesday 17th of January 2023.
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