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Papers Nicholas Hasluck, 1957-2000 [manuscript]
Bib ID 2880276
Format ManuscriptManuscript
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Hasluck, Nicholas, 1942-
 
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Access Conditions Restricted for the lifetime of Nicholas Hasluck. 
Description 1957-2000 
11.52 m. (74 boxes and 1 folio) 
Summary

The papers have been organised into nine series. The major ones are: Correspondence, 1971-89:correspondence about Hasluck's writings mainly with publishers, editors and literary agents and occasionally with other writers. The correspondents include Judith Rodriguez, Ian Templeman, Ray Coffey, Richard Walsh, Caroline Hobhouse, Murray Pollinger, Gina Pollinger, Kay Ronai, Frances Kiernan, David Foster, Helen Daniel, Bruce Sims, Brian Dibble, Penguin Books, Judy Barry, Lynn Allen, Peg McColl, Simon Ambrose, Fremantle Arts Centre Press, David Galeg, Rosemary Sorensen, Alison Greenwood, Bruce Bennett, Tom Shapcott, Clayton Joyce, Manning Clark, Rod Moran, Dinny O'Hearn, Robert Manne, Christopher Koch. Manuscripts of books: manuscripts, typescripts and notes relating to "Quarantine", "The hat on the letter O", "The blue guitar","The hand that feeds you", "The Bellarmine jug", "Chinese journey", "Truant state", "Collage", "The country without music", "The Blosseville file", "A grain of truth" and "Our Man K".

Manuscripts of unpublished works: manuscripts and typescripts relating to'A brief ambition'. Book reviews: cuttings and photocopies of reviews of Hasluck's books. Literary Papers: including papers relating to the Australia Council (1980-81), the Australian Society of Authors (1983-92) and PEN (1977-91). Legal Papers: including papers relating to the International Law Association Conference in Madrid (1976) Law and Literature Conference (1991-93) and the Western Australian Opera Legal case (1992). Papers of Sir Paul Hasluck: relating to Paul Hasluck's writings and Nicholas Hasluck's role as editor of his father's work.

Biography/History

Novelist, poet and lawyer. Hasluck has written a number of novels including: The blue guitar (1980), The hand that feeds you (1982), Chinese journey (1985), Truant state (1987), The country without music (1990), The Blosseville File (1992), A Grain of Truth (1994), Our Man K (1999).

Notes

Manuscript reference no. : NLA MS 8328.

Cited In

Guide to collections of manuscripts relating to Australia ; E944

Index/Finding Aid Note Descriptive list available (14 p.). 
Subjects Rodriguez, Judith, - 1936- - Correspondence.  |  Hasluck, Nicholas, - 1942- - Archives.  |  Australia Council.  |  International Law Association. - Conference - (57th :, - 1976 : - Madrid, Spain)  |  Novelists, Australian - 20th century - Archives.  |  Authors, Australian - 20th century - Archives.
Time Coverage 1990 
Occupation Authors.  |  Lawyers.
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520 |aThe papers have been organised into nine series. The major ones are: Correspondence, 1971-89:correspondence about Hasluck's writings mainly with publishers, editors and literary agents and occasionally with other writers. The correspondents include Judith Rodriguez, Ian Templeman, Ray Coffey, Richard Walsh, Caroline Hobhouse, Murray Pollinger, Gina Pollinger, Kay Ronai, Frances Kiernan, David Foster, Helen Daniel, Bruce Sims, Brian Dibble, Penguin Books, Judy Barry, Lynn Allen, Peg McColl, Simon Ambrose, Fremantle Arts Centre Press, David Galeg, Rosemary Sorensen, Alison Greenwood, Bruce Bennett, Tom Shapcott, Clayton Joyce, Manning Clark, Rod Moran, Dinny O'Hearn, Robert Manne, Christopher Koch. Manuscripts of books: manuscripts, typescripts and notes relating to "Quarantine", "The hat on the letter O", "The blue guitar","The hand that feeds you", "The Bellarmine jug", "Chinese journey", "Truant state", "Collage", "The country without music", "The Blosseville file", "A grain of truth" and "Our Man K".
520 |aManuscripts of unpublished works: manuscripts and typescripts relating to'A brief ambition'. Book reviews: cuttings and photocopies of reviews of Hasluck's books. Literary Papers: including papers relating to the Australia Council (1980-81), the Australian Society of Authors (1983-92) and PEN (1977-91). Legal Papers: including papers relating to the International Law Association Conference in Madrid (1976) Law and Literature Conference (1991-93) and the Western Australian Opera Legal case (1992). Papers of Sir Paul Hasluck: relating to Paul Hasluck's writings and Nicholas Hasluck's role as editor of his father's work.
545 |aNovelist, poet and lawyer. Hasluck has written a number of novels including: The blue guitar (1980), The hand that feeds you (1982), Chinese journey (1985), Truant state (1987), The country without music (1990), The Blosseville File (1992), A Grain of Truth (1994), Our Man K (1999).
555 0 |aDescriptive list available (14 p.).
600 1 0 |aRodriguez, Judith,|d1936-|vCorrespondence.
600 1 0 |aHasluck, Nicholas,|d1942-|vArchives.
610 2 0 |aAustralia Council.
610 2 0 |aInternational Law Association.|bConference|n(57th :,|d1976 :|cMadrid, Spain)
650 0 |aNovelists, Australian|y20th century|vArchives.
650 0 |aAuthors, Australian|y20th century|vArchives.
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656 7 |aLawyers.|2lcsh
856 4 2 |3Finding aid|uhttp://www.nla.gov.au/ms/findaids/8328.html
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