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O'Neill, Paul
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Box office : [prose].

  • CA ACU SPC F0004-S0004-FL0004
  • File
  • 1968 January 5 - 1968 December 27
  • Part of Michael Cook fonds.

  • File consists of photocopies of M. Cook's column published in the Evening Telegram, St. John's, Nfld., beginning August 9, 1966. The column, a critical look at arts and entertainment was originally published every Tuesday and Friday but became primarily a weekly column in 1970. Columns include book reviews of Pierre Berton's The smug minority (1968 February 13); Irving Layton's The shattered plinths (1968 February 13); Mordecai Richler's Cocksure (1968 March 29) and Hunting tigers under glass (1968 November 8); Jack Sisson's Judge of the far north (1968 April 16); Brian Moore's I am Mary Dunne and Leonard Cohen's Selected poems (1968 June 28); Frank Rasky's The taming of the Canadian west (1968 September 20); Richard Gwyn's Smallwood, the revolutionary (1968 September 27); Farley Mowat's This rock within the sea (1968 October 22); Ernest Buckler's Ox bells and fireflies (1968 November 8); William Manchester's The arms of Krupp (1968 December 10); Paul O'Neill's Spindrift and morning light (1968 December 17). Includes duplicates of many items including original newspaper clippings for 29 items; these clippings are filed with oversize material. Published titles of individual columns, where present, are not indexed.
  • Title Box office was dropped from the column in 1970. See Evening Telegram column for continuation of the column published under M. Cook's byline.

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

  • CA ACU SPC F0004-S0001-FL0119
  • File
  • 1966 June 1 - 1986 November 14
  • Part of Michael Cook fonds.

  • Correspondence between various representatives of Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and Michael Cook.
  • Correspondence regarding the submission and production of scripts on various CBC television and radio programs, the appearance of M. Cook on various shows as a performer, reviewer and commentator, and M. Cook's participation in CBC radio drama writers' seminars.

O'Neill, Paul.

  • The day the Scharnhorst died : [radio play].
  • File consists of production script for radio play in which M. Cook played the role of Admiral Sir Bruce Fraser. Includes M. Cook's holograph annotations on first page and back cover.
  • Typescript (mimeograph copy) with holograph annotations.

Renée Paris.

  • CA ACU SPC F0004-S0001-FL0434
  • File
  • 1974 January 8 - 1983 October 11
  • Part of Michael Cook fonds.

  • Correspondence between Renée Paris, Literary Agent, and Michael Cook.
  • Correspondence regarding contracts, royalties and other details relating to the publication and production of various M. Cook works. Includes contracts and correspondence between R. Paris and editors, publishers, producers, directors and others forwarded by R. Paris to M. Cook. Includes essay by Constance Brissenden for the M. Cook entry in the St. James Press reference book Contemporary dramatists. 4 p. Typescript (photocopy).