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Tribal justice : short story collection : setting copy

Typescript and typescript (photocopy) with printer's holograph annotations. Setting copy for the stories The fabulous Eddie Brewster, Notes beyond a history and How I became a Jew consists of photocopies of the published stories from New Canadian writing, 1968 published by Clarke, Irwin & Company Limited. Includes memorandum (1 May 1974), from Gail Hogans, Doubleday & Company, Inc., to Scott Simons, Smithsburg Composition, regarding a correction for the galley. 1 p. Typescript. Also includes memorandum (1974 July 16), to Kate Medina, Doubleday & Company, Inc., forwarding setting copy, reader's galleys and confirmation proofs. 1 p. Typescript.

Days and nights in Calcutta, part one : journal : fragments

Holograph fragments written in a three-ring spiral notebook labelled "Calcutta Journals Concluding Sections". Includes an outline of the journal and fragments of sections 9 to 13 of II including the section (II, 12) describing the charity première of Raj Kapoor's film Bobby and descriptions of the Blaise's hectic social life in Calcutta. Also includes a fragment of the epilogue and a letter (n.d.), on a page detached from the notebook, from C. Blaise to Kate Medina, Doubleday & Company, Inc., regarding excerptable parts of the journal.

Doubleday & Company, Inc.

  • Contracts, royalty statments and letters (1972 July 12-1983 July 11), New York, N.Y., from representatives of Doubleday & Company, Inc., to Clark Blaise.
  • Letters regarding financial details, contract amendments regarding terms of agreement and royalty statements, all relating to the publication and sales of various C. Blaise works.

Methuen Publications.

  • Letters (1982 April 20-1982 May 21), Toronto, Ont., from R. Peter Milroy, Managing Editor, Academic Division, Methuen Publications, to Clark Blaise, Iowa City, Iowa.
  • Letters regarding the publication of two of C. Blaise's short stories and the essay On ending stories in the Methuen anthology Making it new : contemporary Canadian stories edited by John Metcalf. Includes details regarding payment, letter of agreement between Methuen Publications and C. Blaise and letter of permission from Doubleday to reprint the stories.

Russell & Volkening, Inc.

  • Correspondence (1969 May 20-1985 December 5), between representatives of Russell & Volkening, Inc. and Clark Blaise.
  • Correspondence regarding the submission of various C. Blaise short stories, novels, non-fiction works and film treatments to magazines, editors, publishers and producers, and publication details of various C. Blaise and Bharati Mukherjee works. Includes copies of letters from editors commenting on C. Blaise's work. Letters from C. Blaise include an extensive explanation of Resident alien and a six page proposal for Death on the Kanishka written in collaboration with B. Mukherjee and published as The sorrow and the terror in 1987.
  • Includes references to the following: North America; Going to India; Notebook March 25-November 4, 1971; A North American education : short story collection; Tribal justice; The seizure; Days and nights in Calcutta; The sense of an ending; Lunar attractions; Lusts; Man and his world; At the lake; Identity; Loose ends; South; The voice of the mastodon; Influences; I, gazeteer; The consolations of melancholy; North; Resident alien; Prying; Memories of unhousement; Translation; Tenants of unhousement; Voice of unhousement; Brothers and sisters; Embassy; La justice tribale; Snake in flight over Pittsburgh; Death on the Kanishka; The sorrow and the terror; The middle-aged orphan.
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