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Alden Nowlan fonds. Levine, Norman
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Atlantic Advocate.

  • Correspondence (n.d., 1966 August 13 - 1982 November 17), between various officials at Atlantic Advocate and Alden Nowlan.
  • Correspondence relating to publication in Atlantic Advocate of poems, numerous articles, adaptations of Micmac legends, book reviews and a monthly column (originally titled From my notebook, later titled Alden Nowlan's notebook) published from April 1970 to July 1983. Also mentioned is publication of Shaped by this land and Double exposure. Several letters enclose requests to reprint work originally published in Atlantic Advocate. Verso of one letter contains rough draft fragment of short story Love and marriage (variant title Infidelity). (Atlantic Advocate correspondence should be read in conjunction with correspondence in Brunswick Press, Daily Gleaner, Telegraph-Journal, Unipress and University Press of New Brunswick Ltd. files.) Includes references to the following: The people who are gone; In an Irish village; The backbiters; The Mosherville Road; The star brides; Alden Nowlan's notebook; The man who hated winter; The snow vampire; The man who wanted to live forever; How three small boys outwitted the giants; The invisible boy; Brother to the bears; The captive; The chief who refused to die; We shall come rejoicing; The small hours; Review of Louise Manny and James Reginald Wilson's Songs of the Miramichi; The kneeling of the cattle; From my notebook; Review of Norman Levine's From a seaside town; What Christmas means to me; Frankenstein : the man who became god; Shaped by this land; Nowlan recalls Hank Snow : a courtly yodelling ranger; Double exposure; Monarchists look back at other royal births; A new look needed; Ryan's fancy; Three boys and the giants; Love and marriage, sung by Frank Sinatra; Infidelity.

Levine, Norman.

  • Correspondence (1983 January 26 - 1983 June 13), between N. Levine and Alden Nowlan.
  • Correspondence expressing N. Levine's admiration for poems in I might not tell everybody this, and discussing publishing problems resulting from Clarke, Irwin & Company Limited's being placed in receivership. Includes references to the following: I might not tell everybody this; Chopping onion(s); "Why so sad, my dear?" said Queen Anne; The seasick sailor, and others; He sits down on the floor of a school for the retarded.

Nowlan, Claudine.

  • Letters of condolence, telegrams and sympathy cards (n.d., 1983 June 27 - 1984 January 7), from friends to C. and John A. Nowlan.
  • Sympathy cards and letters of condolence paying tribute to Alden Nowlan sent to the Nowlan family following A. Nowlan's death in June 1983. Cards acknowledging contributions to charitable societies made in A. Nowlan's memory precede cards and letters in each file. Items arranged alphabetically by correspondent. Includes references to the following: Alden Nowlan reports; For Claudine because I love her; The mysterious naked man : poetry collection; The rose and the puritan : poetry collection; I might not tell everybody this; Great things have happened; How beautiful art thy feet with shoes; He sits down on the floor of a school for the retarded; Miracle at Indian River : short story collection; Legacy; Alden Nowlan's notebook.

Review of Norman Levine's Selected stories : book review

Typescript rough draft fragments, one with holograph revision; typescript good copy with holograph corrections and carbon copy of item with A. Nowlan's holograph annotation "Oct 30 1975 for the Daily Gleaner"; and typescript (carbon copy) clean copy with author's holograph annotation "Review for Daily Gleaner". Includes references to the following: Review of Norman Levine's Selected stories.

From my notebook; Alden Nowlan's notebook : column (Atlantic Advocate)

  • CA ACU SPC F0008-S0005-FL0386
  • Dossier
  • 1970 April - 1976 December
  • Fait partie de Alden Nowlan fonds.

Typescript, typescript with holograph revisions, typescript (carbon copy) and holograph. Research notes, rough draft fragments and good and clean copy drafts, as well as Atlantic Advocate galleys for some early columns. Galleys contain holograph notes from John Braddock, Atlantic Advocate editor. Columns filed chronologically with notes, fragments and preliminary drafts clipped behind typescript (carbon copy) draft of published version of each column. Manuscript of September 1974 column, an excerpt from Campobello : the other island, filed with Campobello manuscripts; file contains repository photocopy of column manuscript for that date. Columns contain book reviews of Ian Adams's The poverty wall (1970 June), Norman Levine's From a seaside town (1970 October) and Pierre Berton's Hollywood's Canada (1976 February). May 1974 column pays tribute to Mrs. Charlie Shaw, with whom A. Nowlan boarded in Hartland, N.B., and discusses poem Husband and wife, dedicated to Mr. and Mrs. C. Shaw; December 1974 column pays tribute to George Frederick Clarke. Versos of several pages contain fragments of Will ye let the mummers in?, The first game of the finals and letter to Sylvia Pride. Manuscripts untitled and undated; repository annotations of published title and date of publication included with each manuscript. Published titles of individual columns not indexed. Original title From my notebook changed in March 1972 to Alden Nowlan's notebook. The Atlantic Advocate column published monthly from April 1970 to July 1983. Includes references to the following: From my notebook; Alden Nowlan's notebook; Review of Pierre Berton's Hollywood's Canada; Review of Norman Levine's From a seaside town; Review of Ian Adams's The poverty wall; Husband and wife; Campobello : the outer island; Will ye let the mummers in? : short story; The first game of the finals.

From my notebook ; Alden Nowlan's notebook : columns (Atlantic Advocate)

  • CA ACU SPC F0008-S0006-FL0435
  • Dossier
  • 1970 April - 1973 December
  • Fait partie de Alden Nowlan fonds.

In the Atlantic Advocate, v. 60, no. 8 - v. 64, no. 4. (October 1971 issue missing; October 1973 issue contains no column so not included.) September 1971 and May 1973 columns contain A. Nowlan's holograph revisions. Columns contain book reviews of Ian Adams's The poverty wall (1970 June); and Norman Levine's From a seaside town (1970 October). Issues also include short story There was an old woman from Wexford (1971 March); author's article What Christmas means to me (1971 December); review of Between tears and laughter (1972 February); letters to the editor from readers in response to A. Nowlan's columns; and several brief articles mentioning A. Nowlan in the section Round and about. Original column title From my notebook changed in March 1972 to Alden Nowlan's notebook. Includes references to the following: From my notebook; Alden Nowlan's notebook; Review of Norman Levine's From a seaside town; Review of Ian Adams's The poverty wall; Life and times; Between tears and laughter; Alden Nowlan reports; What Christmas means to me; There was an old woman from Wexford : short story/novel chapter.