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Doubleday & Company, Inc.

  • Correspondence (n.d., 1971 July 19-1985 October 29), between representatives of Doubleday & Company, Inc., chiefly Kate Medina, and Clark Blaise.
  • Correspondence about the publication, promotion, sales, reviews and foreign language publications of various C. Blaise works. Includes miscellaneous newsclippings, mainly about India, and invoices for books sent to the Blaises by K. Medina.
  • Includes references to the following: The salesman's son grows older; Days and nights in Calcutta; A North American education : short story collection; Tribal justice; Grids and doglegs : short story; Notes beyond a history; The seizure; He raises me up; Among the dead; Lunar attractions; The march; I'm dreaming of Rocket Richard; Words for the winter; The swollen and the crisp; The book that changed my life; To begin, to begin; Extractions and contractions; A class of new Canadians; Lusts; Review of Ved Mehta's Mamaji; Man and his world; The birth of the blues; Resident alien; South; Memories of unhousement; Identity; Cut, Print; Partial renovations; Pursuit; North-South/East-West.

Martin, Sandra.

  • Correspondence (1976 January 26-1979 August 13), between S. Martin and Clark Blaise.
  • Correspondence regarding The book that changed my life, C. Blaise's contribution to an article by S. Martin in which prominent persons discuss their reading experiences published in Saturday Night, May 1976, and Where was I when Bobby Kennedy died for the book Where were you? ; memorable events of the Twentieth Century edited by S. Martin and Roger Hall and published by Methuen in 1981.

Oberon Press.

  • Letters (n.d., 1973 April 26-1982 September 24), from representatives of Oberon Press to Clark Blaise.
  • Letters regarding C. Blaise submitting stories for the annual Oberon anthologies and/or an entire book for publication by Oberon, and 78 : best Canadian stories co-edited by C. Blaise and John Metcalf.

Notebook

  • Brown coil notebook with holograph text. Includes fragments of Lusts; a short fragment titled The man of sensibility confronts Buffalo; an analysis of Virginia Woolf's To the lighthouse; several fragments titled Advertisement : to readers, reviewers and writers and Editors' note to readers, reviewers and writers probably regarding the anthology 78 : best Canadian stories co-edited by Clark Blaise and John Metcalf ; the short essay Where was I when Bobby Kennedy died? published in Where were you? ; memorable events of the Twentieth Century by Sandra Martin and Roger Hall; and several pages of notes on Literary cubism 1909-1914.
  • Includes references to the following: Lusts; Notebook; The man of sensibility confronts Buffalo; 78 : best Canadian stories; Where was I when Bobby Kennedy died?; Literary cubism 1909-1914; Advertisement : to readers, reviewers and writers; Editors' note to readers, reviewers and writers; Introduction to 78 : best Canadian stories.

The book that changed my life : article

Typed letter(s) signed by the author (photocopy) (1976 February 8), Montreal, Que., from C. Blaise to Sandra Martin with C. Blaise's reply to S. Martin's question about the most significant book in his life; published article in Saturday Night, v. 91, no. 3, May 1976, pp. 31-39, which includes C. Blaise's reply as well as those of nineteen other prominent persons.

I, gazeteer : article

Photocopy of C. Blaise's portion of Sandra Martin's article The book that changed my life published in Saturday Night, v. 91, no. 3, May 1976, pages 31-39; holograph fragments of revised article written on verso of two additional photocopies of Saturday night version of article; typescript (photocopy) letter (1982 February 26), Iowa City, Iowa, from C. Blaise to Timothy Seldes, Russell & Volkening, Inc., requesting the changed and retitled article be submitted to Ted Solotaroff for an anthology he is editing; typescript (photocopy) revised and retitled article. Includes duplicate copy of item four.

Where was I when Bobby Kennedy died? : article

Typescript with holograph revisions and C. Blaise's holograph annotation "For a book, Sandra Martin, Roger Hall, eds. See "Letters" (78-79) under Martin"; typescript with holograph revisions; typescript; and typescript (photocopy) of previous item. Includes three additional copies of item four. Also includes repository photocopy of letter (1979 April 9), from C. Blaise to Sandra Martin and Roger Hall regarding the article which was published in their book Where were you? ; memorable events of the twentieth century published by Methuen, 1981. (See MsC 41.10.29.4).

Martin, Sandra.

  • Correspondence (1976 February 2 - 1976 February 23), between S. Martin and Alden Nowlan.
  • Correspondence relating to A. Nowlan's contribution to the article The book that changed my life by S. Martin, published in Saturday Night, v. 91, no. 3, May 1976. Item 2, a repository photocopy of the original letter which is in the Prose Series, contains the manuscript for A. Nowlan's portion of the article. Includes references to the following: The book that changed my life.

The book that changed my life : article

Typescript rough draft fragments with holograph annotation on verso of one leaf; and typescript (carbon copy) clean copy addressed to Sandra Martin. Published in Saturday Night, v. 91, no. 3, May 1976, as one of twenty items by various authors titled The book that changed my life, with introduction by Sandra Martin. Includes references to the following: The book that changed my life.

Mcclelland And Stewart Limited.

  • Correspondence (1976 February 17 - 1977 November 2), chiefly between Jack McClelland, McClelland and Stewart Limited, and B. Moore regarding The doctor's wife.
  • Correspondence about the title, promotion, sale of film and paperback rights and sales of the novel.
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