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Mitter, Sara.

  • Correspondence (1962 August 2-1985 November 19) between S. Mittter and Clark Blaise.
  • Correspondence regarding S. Mitter's travels in Europe, India and U.S.A., her jobs, writing and reading, news of mutual acquaintances and family matters as well as C. Blaise's writing, travels and family matters and the details relating to the Blaises' rental of the Mitter's home in Paris for July and August, 1977. File includes one item only from C. Blaise to S. Mitter.
  • Includes references to the following: Thibidault et fils; Before sundown; Relief; A North American education : short story collection; Tribal justice; Days and nights in Calcutta; Lunar attractions; Lusts; Review of Ved Mehta's Mamaji; Embassy; North; Review of Richard Teleky's The Oxford book of French Canadian short stories; A North American memoir : revenge.

Modern Times.

  • Letter (1975 March (?)), from Adam Gopnik to Clark Blaise and Bharati Mukherjee.
  • Typed letter(s) signed by the author extending an invitation to the Blaises to attend an informal press reception to celebrate the publication of the first issue of Modern Times.

Morley, Patricia.

  • Correspondence (1975 April (?)-1977 January 15), between P. Morley and Clark Blaise.
  • Correspondence regarding C. Blaise's essay Writing Canadian fiction eventually published in Fiction International, no. 6/7, 1976 and P. Morley's trip to India.

Mukherjee, Bharati.

  • Correspoondence (1963 August 9-1985 October 26), between B. Mukherjee and Clark Blaise.
  • Correspondence regarding C. Blaise's and B. Mukherjee's writing, teaching, travels and other activites, the Blaise children's helath, school and other activities, news of family and friends and other domestic and personal matters. Written during various separations notably while C. Blaise was in Quebec and B. Mukherjee in Iowa City before their marriage; while B. Mukherjee was in India (1967, 1976, 1981) and C. Blaise was in Montreal and New York; while C. Blaise was in Switzerland and B. Mukherjee in India (1974); while B. Mukherjee was in Costa Rica and C. Blaise in Toronto (1978); and while they were teaching in various different cities.
  • Includes references to the following: Early to marry; The mayor; Burning man; Cold war hysteria : remission and relapse; The big lie, American style; Giant turtles, gliding in the dark; Grids and doglegs : short story; How I became a Jew; Days and nights in Calcutta; North America; Grids and doglegs : short story collection; Photography and writing; Lunar attractions; Pursuit; Lusts; Galatea and Acis and the Cyclops; Resident alien.

New, William H.

  • Letters (1977 February 9-1981 January 19), from W.H. New to Clark Blaise and Bharati Mukherjee.
  • Letters regarding the News's trip to India and other travels, reviews of Days and nights in Calcutta, readings given by C. Blaise at Capilano College, University of British Columbia and the Vancouver Institute, W. H. New's work, C. Blaise's work and other personal and family matters.

Nicholson, David.

  • Letter (1983 January 29), Cedar Rapids, Iowa, from D. Nicholson to Clark Blaise and Bharati Mukherjee, Iowa City, Iowa.
  • Autograph letter(s) signed by the hand of the author forwarding a review of Lusts and expressing admiration for the novel.

Penguin Books Canada Limited.

  • Correspondence (1984 February 20-1985 December 4), between representatives of Penguin Books Canada Limited, chiefly Cynthia Good, and Clark Blaise.
  • Correspondence regarding the publication, publicity and promotion of paperback editions of several C. Blaise works, primarily Lusts and Resident alien, as well as other matters relating to changes within the Penguin organization, a reading given by C. Blaise and B. Mukherjee at Harbourfront, and the extensive commentary by C. Good on Embassy.
  • Includes references to the following: Lusts; Resident alien; South; Identity; Memories of unhousement; North; Translation; Partial renovations; Man and his world; Tenants of unhousement; The voice of unhousement; Days and nights in Calcutta; Embassy.

Perera, Victor.

  • Letters (1977 August 26-1978 January 3), from V. Perera to Clark Blaise.
  • Letters expressing admiration for Days and nights in Calcutta, discussing similar experiences in India and looking forward to a possible meeting in New York City.

Ray, Satyajit.

  • Correspondence (1973 August 24-1983 September 23), between S. Ray and Clark Blaise.
  • Correspondence regarding arrangements for C. Blaise to interview S. Ray and view some of his films, S. Ray's various film projects, C. Blaise's work, particularly Man and his world, forwarded to S. Ray for its film possibilities, as well as other personal and family matters.
  • Includes references to the following: Tribal justice; Days and nights in Calcutta; Lunar attractions; Man and his world; Embassy; Lusts.

Rexford, Rex.

  • Letters (1962 October 4-1985 April 20), from R. Rexford to Clark Blaise.
  • Letters discussing politics, philosophy, music, art, architecture, baseball, R. Rexford's work, travels and reading, commenting on C. Blaise's work, relating news of mutual acquaintances, mainly from Denison University, and personal family matters. Includes miscellaneous newsclippings and four photographs of R. Rexford's daughter.
  • Includes references to the following: A North American education : short story collection; Extractions and contractions; Tribal justice; The march; The examination; Days and nights in Calcutta; Lunar attractions; To begin, to begin; Lusts; Memories of unhousement; Review of Richard Teleky's The Oxford book of French Canadian short stories; Expo diary.
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