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Kingston Whig-standard (1993), ISSN 1197-4397, 04/2001
[Clark Blaise]'s Time Lord: The Remarkable Canadian who Missed his Train, and Changed the World appears to be another of those faddish books that rescues scientists and inventors from dingy archives... 
Blaise, Clark | Fleming, Sanford
Newspaper Article
Expositor (Brantford), ISSN 0837-3744, 04/2001
At first glance, [Clark Blaise]'s Time Lord: The Remarkable Canadian who Missed his Train, and Changed the World appears to be another of those faddish books that rescues scientists and inventors from dingy archives... 
Blaise, Clark | Fleming, Sanford
Newspaper Article
The Literary review (Teaneck), ISSN 0024-4589, 1985, Volume 28, Issue 3, p. 351
...ROBERT LECKER Frankie's 'Demimonde': Notes on Clark Blaise's "A North American Education" I srr here with the story's first sentence, contaminated by its mask... 
English Literature | Twentieth Century | Blaise, Clark | Authors | Canadian literature | 1900-1999 | short story | A North American Education
Journal Article
WWD, ISSN 0149-5380, 05/2004, Volume 187, Issue 97, p. 15
"The fresh style [Blaise Delacroix] brings with his new line of sexy, playful women's wear is a perfect illustration of the innovative young designers that got... 
Officials and employees | Vocational guidance | Fashion designers | Appointments, resignations and dismissals | Textile industry | Delacroix, Blaise
Journal Article
12/2003, Volume 94, Issue 4
Elliott reviews The Web of Knowledge: A Festschrift in Honor of Eugene Garfield edited by Blaise Cronin and Helen Barsky Atkins. 
Atkins, Helen Barsky | Garfield, Eugene | Nonfiction | Science | Cronin, Blaise | Research | History | Essays
Book Review
New Blackfriars, ISSN 0028-4289, 11/2009, Volume 90, Issue 1030, pp. 718 - 737
The essay addresses the complex cultural historical claim that with modernity the earlier unity of reason and sensibility underwent a dissociation that has... 
Theology | Intellect | Love | Humans | Authors | Spiritual love | Emotion | Christianity | Emotion theories | Reason | Faith | Sensibility | Blaise Pascal | The Unity of the Mind
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