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Guy Vanderhaeghe fonds

  • CA ACU SPC F0180
  • fonds
  • 1960-2017

Fonds consists of correspondence; manuscripts, ranging from fragments and rough drafts to printers' copies and page proofs, of novels, short stories, short story collections, stage plays, poetry and lyrics; screenplays by G. Vanderhaeghe and others based on G. Vanderhaeghe's works; articles, book reviews, essays, lectures and speeches; promotional material; articles, essays and thesis about G. Vanderhaeghe and his works; interviews with the author; miscellaneous material; works by other authors; and published work.

Vanderhaeghe, Guy

Ondaatje, Michael

File consists of letter requesting that M. Ondaatje's poetry be considered for inclusion in Penguin anthology published as Canadian writing today.

York University (Toronto, Ont.).

  • Letters (1973 September 19-1984 April), Toronto, Ont., from representatives of York University to Clark Blaise, and related material.
  • Letters regarding invitations to C. Blaise to give readings and participate in conferences at York, C. Blaise's application for, acceptance of, leave of absence and resignation from the position of full professor in the Division of Humanities, the appointment of C. Blaise as fellow of Atkinson and Calumet Colleges and other matters relating to C. Blaise's position as a faculty member. Includes faculty list (1978-1979), course descriptions and outlines, reading lists, essay topics, a class list, programmes of study (1980-1981), a brochure of York Publications and the Calumet College Master's Report (1983-1984). Includes telegram from C. Blaise resigning from York University.
  • Includes references to the following: A North American education : short story collection; Notes beyond a history; A North American education : short story; Days and nights in Calcutta; Lunar attractions; Resident alien; Lusts.

Ondaatje, Michael.

  • Letters (1972 July 4-1977 July 9), from M. Ondaatje to Clark Blaise.
  • Letters regarding the Ondaatje's trip to India, the visit of the Blaise children to the Ondaatje farm, C. Blaise's work, particularly several articles published in Globe and Mail and critical reaction to Days and nights in Calcutta, and the inclusion of five stories by C. Blaise in an anthology edited by M. Ondaatje titled Personal fictions and published by Oxford University Press Canada in 1977.
  • Includes references to the following: Notes beyond a history; A North American education: short story collection; A Canada-India literary link in need of help; Words for the winter; Extractions and contractions; I'm dreaming of Rocket Richard; Race incidents make India wary of Canada; Here and now: great Canadian stories; He raises me up; Days and nights in Calcutta.

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.

Ondaatje, Michael.

  • Correspondence (1969(?) - 1979 June 1), between M. Ondaatje and Alden Nowlan.
  • Correspondence relating to arranging a poetry reading given by A. Nowlan in London, Ont., to the possibility of publishing a broadside featuring a poem by A. Nowlan, to a request for permission to publish The bull moose in an anthology and to A. Nowlan's invitation to M. Ondaatje to work into verse Nicholas Catanoy's translations of Romanian poetry; and expressing A. Nowlan's appreciation for M. Ondaatje's poetry collections. Includes references to the following: Stoney Ridge dance hall; The things which are; Bread, wine and salt; The mysterious naked man : poetry collection; Between tears and laughter; Wind in a rocky country; The bull moose.

Catanoy, Nicholas.

  • Correspondence (n.d., 1969(?) - 1982 August 17), between N. and Marie-Claude Catanoy and Alden and Claudine Nowlan.
  • Correspondence relating news about writing, travels and various other topics. Letters dated 1969-1970 relate chiefly to the anthology Modern Romanian poetry, edited by N. Catanoy, and for which A. Nowlan helped contact Canadian poets willing to write English versions of the translated poems. Item 2 is a draft of the letter sent by A. Nowlan to Canadian poets regarding the translations and includes a list of recipients of the letter. Includes references to the following: Between tears and laughter; Psalm (I search for you...); Folk song; Hide and seek (My small and precious ones...); Various persons named Kevin O'Brien; The guide; Frankenstein : the man who became god; Shaped by this land; The dollar woman : stage play; The incredible murder of Cardinal Tosca : stage play.

Clark Blaise on his writing : article

Typescript (photocopy) of comments by C. Blaise compiled for section titled The authors on their writing in the collection Personal fictions; stories by Munro, Wiebe, Thomas & Blaise selected by Michael Ondaatje and published by Oxford University Press, 1977. Includes comments by Alice Munro, Audrey Thomas, and Rudy Wiebe.