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Time Lord
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|November 27, 2001

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This is the biography of an idea, and the remarkable story of the man who created—and then convinced the world to adopt—a unified standard for telling time. Today we take the accurate telling of time across the world for granted. Yet little more than…
Clark Blaise: Essays on His Works

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This volume represents the first full-scale appreciation of Clark Blaise?s writing in more than 25 years ? and the first comprehensive study of his now more than 20 books. Included are previously published essays by, among others, Robert Lecker, Alexander…
If I Were Me
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|February 15, 1997

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Clark Blaise was born in Fargo, North Dakota in 1940 to French and Anglo-Canadian parents. He moved often during his childhood years as the family followed the usually disastrous fortunes of his furniture salesman father which have been chronicled in the…
An Other I: The Fictions Of Clark Blaise

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This is the first full-length study of the short stories and novels by Clark Blaise. It follows his development as a deeply self-conscious writer who becomes involved in the dualities of the world around him—dualities that are reflected in the structure of…
The Cruelest Gift: Inherited Disease In The Age Of Dna
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|This title releases December 7, 2021

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Revered Canadian fiction and non-fiction author Clark Blaise takes us on a deeply personal journey into the medical world of inherited diseases in this moving, revelatory memoir--by turns tragic, touching and inspiring--of a father and son, the love that binds…
The Kerouac That Never Was
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|May 24, 2016

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In celebrated Canadian author Clark Blaise's eerily rendered Cold-War-era suburbia, a teenage boy faces an enemy that is much closer to home when his brother is diagnosed with a debilitating disease.
Clark Blaise: The Interviews
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|March 1, 2016

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and writing: perhaps especially for those who wish to learn how to read and write more astutely and more caringly. Here you will find the reflections of one of North America's finest contemporary writers, author of some 20 books of fiction and nonfiction,…
Lunar Attractions
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|January 30, 2015

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First published in 1979, Clark Blaise's Lunar Attractions is the story of a whimsical young boy from the Florida backwoods, whose introduction to sexuality - and eventual involvement in a murder investigation, following the death of a teenage cross-dresser and…
The Meagre Tarmac
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|April 21, 2011

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An Indo-American Canterbury Tales , The Meagre Tarmac explores the places where tradition, innovation, culture, and power meet with explosive force. It begins with Dr. Vivek Waldekar, who refused to attend his father's funeral because he was "trying to please an…
Selected Essays
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|April 21, 2011

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Clark Blaise is a North American treasure, one of a handful of the truly important short story writers in the last 50 years. His Selected Essays brings together for the first time another aspect of his tremendous and courageous oeuvre, belle lettres, essays and…
World Body
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|June 1, 2006

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Clark Blaise is more than just a local colourist who ferrets out the curious details of `marginal' communities in order to delight cosmopolitan readers. Rather, if we consider the full arc of his work, we see that for nearly fifty years he has been challenging…
Montreal Stories
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|October 15, 2003

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Here gathered together are the Montreal-set stories which made Clark Blaise famous -- such stories as `A Class of New Canadians', `Eyes', and `I'm Dreaming of Rocket Richard' -- alongside two new and unpublished Montreal stories, `The Belle of Shediac' and…
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