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Love

McLuhan, Marshall. "Love." Saturday Night, vol. 82, no. 2, 1967, pp. 25-28.

Dossier Gustave Toudouze, secondary sources

  • Georges G. Toudouze, «La colonie artistique de Camaret», Les Cahiers de l’Iroise, 1955.
  • James Sanders, «Une lettre inédite de Gustave Toudouze à Georges Ancey, relative au “Bateau des sorcières”», Les cahiers de l’Iroise, 1994.
  • James Sanders, «Camaret, hâvre de pêcheurs et d’artistes», La Revue de l’Université Laval, octobre 1963.
  • André Dupuis, Une famille d’artistes. Les Toudouze-Colin-Leloir, 1690-1957, Paris, 1957.
  • Typed document (1 page): summary of an interview with Georges G. Toudouze.
  • Typed document (5 pages): draft of an article on Gustave Toudouze (by Sanders).
  • Photocopies of an article: Dr. M.-A. Levy-Alcover, «Le foyer artistique de Camaret: à propos de deux artistes dramatiques», in Nautisme, arts, culture, été 1990.

Maurice LeBlond and Denise LeBlond-Zola, letters to Léon Deffoux

  • Autograph letter from M. LeBlond to Léon Deffoux, dated «Paris, le 4 janvier 30», on letterhead of «Ministère de l’Intérieur. Journaux officiels, 31, Quai Voltaire. Le Secrétaire général» - with envelope on letterhead of «Ministère de l’Intérieur. Journaux officiels, 31, Quai Voltaire. Le Secrétaire général», stamped «Paris 4 janv 30». Received the brochure about Lourdes; thanks Deffoux. Is not too worried about subscriptions for the banquet. Asks Deffoux if he knows the restaurant Le Rocher de Cancale. The committee must be thanked; he will try to see Deffoux on Monday about this.
  • Autograph letter from M. LeBlond to Léon Deffoux, dated «Paris, le 7 février 30», on letterhead of «Ministère de l’Intérieur. Journaux officiels, 31, Quai Voltaire. Le Secrétaire général» - with envelope on letterhead of «Ministère de l’Intérieur. Journaux officiels, 31, Quai Voltaire. Le Secrétaire général» - no stamps – note on the upper right hand corner: «P.O. attendre réponse». The letter reads: "Can you please give to the person handing you this letter the documents you mentioned during your telephone call – thank you."
  • Autograph letter from M. LeBlond to Léon Deffoux, dated «Paris, le 10 février 30», on letterhead of «Ministère de l’Intérieur. Journaux officiels, 31, Quai Voltaire. Le Secrétaire général» - with envelope on letterhead of «Ministère de l’Intérieur. Journaux officiels, 31, Quai Voltaire. Le Secrétaire général», stamped «Paris [?] fév. 30». Is returning 3 documents – has found three texts by Maupassant. Suggests publishing excerpts (40 to 50 lines) from publications about Huysmans.
  • Autograph letter from M. LeBlond to Léon Deffoux, dated «Paris, le 21 mars 30», on letterhead of «Ministère de l’Intérieur. Journaux officiels, 31, Quai Voltaire. Le Secrétaire général» - with envelope on letterhead of «Ministère de l’Intérieur. Journaux officiels, 31, Quai Voltaire. Le Secrétaire général», stamped «Paris, 21 III 1930». Asks Deffoux to announce in one of his columns that Fasquelle will publish, at the end of March, a limited edition of Zola’s short story L’inondation. Profits will go to the victims of the floodings in Southern France (March 1930).
  • Autograph letter from M. LeBlond to Léon Deffoux, dated «Paris, le 12 avril 1930», on letterhead of «Ministère de l’Intérieur. Journaux officiels, 31, Quai Voltaire. Le Secrétaire général» - with envelope on letterhead of «Ministère de l’Intérieur. Journaux officiels, 31, Quai Voltaire. Le Secrétaire général», stamped «Paris, 12 IV 1930». Thanks Deffoux for his articles in L’Oeuvre and L’Intransigeant.
  • Autograph letter from M. LeBlond to Léon Deffoux, dated «Paris, le 6 mai 1930», on letterhead of «Ministère de l’Intérieur. Journaux officiels, 31, Quai Voltaire. Le Secrétaire général». Sends a document about Maupassant, that Montfort has returned to him. Asks Deffoux to thank Zavie for the photograph of his wife and Hennique, published in L’Intransigeant.
  • Autograph letter from M. LeBlond to Léon Deffoux, dated «Paris 18 mai 30» - with envelope stamped «Paris 19 V 1930». Has just heard, from his brother-in-law Jacques Zola, about Deffoux’s brother and his accident. Shares Deffoux worries.
  • Autograph letter from M. LeBlond to Léon Deffoux, dated «Paris, 25 mai 30». Has just found the «faire-part» sent by Deffoux [regarding his brother?] – reiterates his «deep and true affection»
  • Autograph postcard [view of MontLouis] from M. LeBlond to Léon Deffoux, stamped «7 – 7 30». Will attend a writers’ lunch in Niort [with writers from the Poitou, among which Jean-Richard Bloch]. Will see Deffoux upon his return in Paris.
  • Autograph letter from M. LeBlond to Léon Deffoux, dated «Paris, le 25 juillet 30», on letterhead of «Ministère de l’Intérieur. Journaux officiels, 31, Quai Voltaire. Le Secrétaire général». Has written to Fasquelle. If Deffoux sees Fasquelle, he can ask, in addition of the letters from Goncourt, Maupassant, etc. on L’Assommoir, if there are any other letters from the Parnassiens (Banville, Mendès…).
  • Autograph postcard [view of Kertugal] from M. LeBlond to Léon Deffoux – stamp unreadable; date pencilled: «août 1930». Is enjoying his holiday; hopes Deffoux will have good weather in September, for his own holiday.
  • Autograph letter from M. LeBlond to Léon Deffoux, dated «Paris, le 9 octobre 30», on letterhead of «Ministère de l’Intérieur. Journaux officiels, 31, Quai Voltaire. Le Secrétaire général». Congratulates Deffoux on his book on L’Assommoir; praises the quality of the work. His wife and himself are very touched that the book was dedicated to them. Hopes to be able to see Deffoux very soon, to thank him in person.
  • Autograph letter from M. LeBlond to Léon Deffoux, n.d., on letterhead of «Ministère de l’Intérieur. Journaux officiels, 31, Quai Voltaire. Le Secrétaire général». Sends a list of names [not included] – friends to whom he would like to offer a copy of Deffoux’s book on L’Assommoir. [He also seems to be sending copies of the book to Deffoux, asking him to sign them].
  • Autograph postcard [view of Béziers] from M. LeBlond to Léon Deffoux, dated «14 octobre 30». Excellent weather in Languedoc – sends his «amitiés»
  • Autograph letter from M. LeBlond to Léon Deffoux, dated «Paris, le 31 décembre 30», on letterhead of «Ministère de l’Intérieur. Journaux officiels, 31, Quai Voltaire. Le Secrétaire général». Sends excerpts of his wife’s book on Zola and Cézanne, if that could be of interest to Deffoux. NOTES ON THE LETTER: «Cher vieil ami Léon, puisque tu le connais si bien, veux-tu le faire?» «Tu le feras bien mieux que moi. Et bonne année, pas?», with initals that may be [E.Z.]
  • Autograph card from M. LeBlond to Léon Deffoux, dated «Paris, le 3 septembre» [probably 1924 or 1925], on letterhead of «Journaux officiels, 31, Quai Voltaire. Direction». Sends a bit of «literary information», which he is recommending to Deffoux.
  • Autograph letter from M. LeBlond to Léon Deffoux, dated «Paris, le 15 janvier 31», on letterhead of «Ministère de l’Intérieur. Journaux officiels, 31, Quai Voltaire. Le Secrétaire général» - with envelope on letterhead of «Ministère de l’Intérieur. Journaux officiels, 31, Quai Voltaire. Le Secrétaire général», stamped «Paris 15 janv 31». Sends the information Deffoux required – lists the four illustrations featured in his wife’s book (portraits of Zola). Is still thinking about the book on naturalism that Deffoux and himself should write. Is still trying to locate an article on L’Assommoir written by Vallès. Attended a “clandestine presentation” of a movie on Dreyfus. Would L’Oeuvre be interested?
  • Autograph letter from M. LeBlond to Léon Deffoux, dated «20 janvier 31». Announces that his wife will write to Deffoux very soon. As for him, he wants to thank Deffoux for all the articles he is publishing on Denise LeBlond’s book. Will send a clean copy of the Huysmans letters. Sends his very best wishes to Deffoux.
  • Autograph letter from Denise LeBlond-Zola to Léon Deffoux, dated «20-1-31» - with envelope stamped «Paris 20 – I 1931». Thanks Deffoux for his friendship and for his article in L’Oeuvre, about her book. She will frame the characters of L’Assommoir [?].
  • Autograph letter from M. LeBlond to Léon Deffoux, dated «Paris, le 28 janvier 31», on letterhead of «Ministère de l’Intérieur. Journaux officiels, 31, Quai Voltaire. Le Secrétaire général», with envelope on letterhead of «Ministère de l’Intérieur. Journaux officiels, 31, Quai Voltaire. Le Secrétaire général», stamped «28 I 31» - note on the envelope: «Pneumatique». Confirms that he has lodged his complaint with the «procureur de la République», regarding the «petite affaire» he discussed with Deffoux.
  • Carte de visite «Mr & Mme Maurice Le Blond», with hand written note, with envelope addressed to Léon Deffoux, stamped «Paris 2 II 1931». «Mr & Mme Maurice Le Blond resteront chez eux, le dimanche 15 février, de 5 à 8 heures, pour recevoir leurs amis.»
  • Autograph letter from Denise LeBlond-Zola to Léon Deffoux, dated «3-2-31», with envelope stamped «Paris 3 II 31». Thanks Deffoux profusely for praising her book.
  • Press clipping – hand-written note: «Journal 12 2 1931», «Emile Zola raconté par sa fille», par Lucien Descaves.
  • Autograph letter from M. LeBlond to Léon Deffoux, dated «5 février 31». Is returning the proofs sent by Deffoux. As he told Deffoux on the telephone, he finds the text appalling. Thinks that «ce pauvre garçon» will look like a fool. Is sending copies of four letters by Huysmans.
  • Autograph letter from M. LeBlond to Léon Deffoux, dated «Paris, le 6 février 31», on letterhead of «Ministère de l’Intérieur. Journaux officiels, 31, Quai Voltaire. Le Secrétaire général». Is sending another the text of another letter from Huysmans.
  • Autograph letter from M. LeBlond to Léon Deffoux, dated «Paris, le 16 février 31», on letterhead of «Ministère de l’Intérieur. Journaux officiels, 31, Quai Voltaire. Le Secrétaire général». Hennique would have liked to see Deffoux the night before [see Carte de visite, 2 II 31], to give him a document – LeBlond is sending the document to Deffoux.
  • Press clipping – hand-written note: «France judiciaire 15 février 1931», «L’Affaire Dreyfus au théâtre. Les impressions de Me Joseph Hild qui fut le collaborateur et l’ami de Labori»
  • Press clipping – hand-written note: «Pt Marseillais 18/2 1931», «Emile Zola par Denise LeBlond-Zola, par Marcel Gras»
  • Autograph letter from Denise LeBlond-Zola to Léon Deffoux, dated «24-2-31», with envelope stamped «Paris 24 II 1931» - with short press clipping. Wishes to recommend to Deffoux the book of her friend, the Hungarian writer Sandor Kémeri [Mme Boloni – book on Bourdelle]. Was wondering if Deffoux could talk about it in L’Oeuvre. Thanks Deffoux for his note in L’Intransigeant.
  • Autograph letter from M. LeBlond to Léon Deffoux, dated «Paris, le 17[27?] février», on letterhead of «Ministère de l’Intérieur. Journaux officiels, 31, Quai Voltaire. Le Secrétaire général». Is returning the article on Hild. He has not seen his sister-in-law in a while. Will ask her about the family of Maurice Roux. Mentions the portrait of Bourdelle lent by Madame Boloni.
  • Press clipping, no source, no date - «Emile Zola pendant la guerre de 1870 par Armand Charpentier» - about Denise LeBlond-Zola’s book.
  • Autograph postcard [view of Nice] from M. LeBlond to Léon Deffoux, stamped «Nice 21 IV 1931». Read Deffoux’s piece in Le Mercure. Will try to help to solve the mystery of «28 rue Royale, à Saint-Cloud».
  • Autograph letter from M. LeBlond to Léon Deffoux, dated «Paris, le 13 mai 1931», on letterhead of «Ministère de l’Intérieur. Journaux officiels, 31, Quai Voltaire. Le Secrétaire général», with envelope on letterhead of «Ministère de l’Intérieur. Journaux officiels, 31, Quai Voltaire. Le Secrétaire général», stamped «Paris 13 MAI». Send the information requested by Deffoux, about Zola’s cousin and the Italian branch of the family. Joins a hand-drawn genealogical tree of Zola’s family.
  • Document: genealogical tree of Zola’s family, established by Maurice LeBlond.
  • Autograph postcard [view of Royan] from M. LeBlond to Léon Deffoux, dated «Royan, 16 août 1931». Has received Deffoux’s letters – is disappointed for Hennique [?]. Does not know d’Armaingaud [?].
  • Autograph postcard [view of the Barrage Zola] from M. LeBlond to Léon Deffoux, date illegible, 1931. Is in Aix for three days. Will meet the mayor.
  • Autograph letter from M. LeBlond to Léon Deffoux, dated «Paris, le 3 novembre 31», on letterhead of «Ministère de l’Intérieur. Journaux officiels, 31, Quai Voltaire. Le Secrétaire général». Zola’s correspondence is now in the Bibliothèque nationale. Is sending a «communiqué», for Deffoux to insert in the «feuille Havas». Deffoux should stress that the correspondence will be available for public consultation. Flaubert’s papers, on the contrary, are kept under key.
  • short paper-bound publication by Maurice LeBlond, "Les Projets litteraires d'Emile Zola au moment de sa mort," Paris, 1927, 27 pp.

New faculty

Item consists of an article which is part of a larger booklet. The article mentions Nouwen.

Encounter loneliness

Item consists of an article which is an excerpt from the upcoming book, Reaching Out. Note in the article: the text "will appear in a revised and enlarged form in the book: Reaching Out."

Why Are You Going to the Trappists?: An Interview with Henri Nouwen

Item consists of an interview of Henri Nouwen by Parker Rossman. Rossman asks Nouwen questions about his choice to go to a Trappist monastery while on his sabbatical from Yale Divinity School. The interview is titled "Why Are You Going to the Trappists? An Interview with Henri Nouwen."

The man of tomorrow

Item consists of a typed copy of an article by Rev. James T. McHugh (Director, Family Life Division, USCC) titled "The Man of Tomorrow." In the article, McHugh references Nouwen and an article by Nouwen in Commonweal in 1970 in which Nouwen discusses behavioral patterns and social trends in order to present what the 'man of tomorrow' will be like.

Durf met on-zekerheid te leven

Item consists of a newspaper clipping of an article about Henri Nouwen from the Algemeen Dagblad. Article is titled "Durf met on-zekerheid te leven," [Dare to live with uncertainty] and the tagline is "Father Harry Nouwen (38) schreef een bestseller in de Ver. Staten" [Father Harry Nouwen wrote a bestseller in the United States]. Article also mentions Paul Nouwen. The photograph in the article is of Paul and Henri Nouwen.

Thomas Merton lives!

Item consists of an article about Merton. Nouwen is one of several people interviewed. Includes a photograph of Nouwen.

Henri Nouwen: prophet of conversion

Item consists of a photocopy of a chapter of Annice Callahan's book Spiritual guides for today : Evelyn Underhill, Dorothy Day, Karl Rahner, Simone Weil, Thomas Merton, Henri Nouwen.

A different accent

Item consists of a book which features Nouwen in a chapter "Peace", subtitled "Living peace" dated April 28, 1983 and beginning on p. 35.

Aging

Item consists of a book which Nouwen co-wrote with Gaffney on aging. The book has been divided into the following: Prologue: The Wagon Wheel; Part One: Aging, Introduction, Aging As a Way to the Darkness, Aging As a Way to the Light, Conclusion; Part Two: Caring, Introduction, Caring As a Way to the Self, Caring As a Way to the Other, Conclusion; Epilogue: The Wagon Wheel; Notes.
As is stated on the back jacket flap: "Only when we begin to feel in touch with our own life cycles will we be able to develop life styles where 'being' is not identified with 'having,' where self-esteem is not measured by success, where goodness is not the same as popularity. Aging show us all how to start fulfilling our lives by giving to others 'so that when we leave this world, we can be what we have given.'"

Ministry and spirituality

Item consists of a book containing three of Nouwen's previously published books: Creative Ministry, The Wounded Healer, and Reaching Out. The book has been divided into the following: Introduction: Beyond Professionalism; 1 Beyond the Transference of Knowledge, Teaching; 2 Beyond the Retelling of the Story, Preaching; 3 Beyond the Skillful Response, Individual Pastoral Care; 4 Beyond the Manipulation of Structures, Organizing; 5 Beyond the Protective Ritual, Celebrating; Conclusion; Epilogue.

The path of waiting

Item consists of a book written by Nouwen about waiting, specifically the waiting for God and the waiting of God.

The path of peace

Item consists of a book written by Nouwen about peace, specifically Adam's peace.

The path of power

Item consists of a book written by Nouwen about "power that oppresses and destroys, . . .power that is disarmed through powerlessness, . . .[and] the true power that liberates, reconciles, and heals" (p. 8).

The path of freedom

Item consists of a book written by Nouwen about an accident he had when he was hit by the rear view mirror of a passing van.

With burning hearts: a meditation on the eucharistic life

Item consists of a book written by Nouwen in Chobham, England and Sacramento, California and is about the Eucharist and the Eucharistic life. The book has been divided into the following: Acknowledgments; Introduction; The Road to Emmaus; I. Mourning Our Losses "Lord, Have Mercy"; II. Discerning the Presence "This Is the Word of God"; III. Inviting the Stranger "I Believe"; IV. Entering into Communion "Take and Eat"; V. Going on a Mission "Go and Tell"; Conclusion.
As is stated on the front flap: ". . . . With Burning Hearts seeks a fuller understanding of Eucharist through the story of the disciples on their way to Emmaus from Jerusalem after the crucifixion (Luke 24: 13-35)."

Our greatest gift: a meditation on dying and caring

Item consists of a book written by Nouwen about death. The book has been divided into the following: Acknowledgments; Prologue: Befriending Death; Introduction: Grace Hidden in Powerlessness; Part One: Dying Well, Chapter One: We are Children of God, Chapter Two: We are Brothers and Sisters of Each Other, Chapter Three: We are Parents of Generations to Come; Part Two: Caring Well, Chapter Four: You are a Child of God, Chapter Five: You are Brothers and Sisters of Each Other, Chapter Six: You are Parents of Generations to Come; Conclusion: The Grace of the Resurrection; Epilogue: Death: A Loss and a Gift.
As is stated on the flaps: ". . . .When we contemplate with compassion the suffering and pain both around the world and close to home, we receive a gift: a reminder of the 'great human sameness' of 'all of us [who] will die and participate in the same end.'. . . And although the contours of an afterlife are unknowable, when we face death with hope we make the choice of faith. . . ."

Here and now: living in the spirit

Item consists of a book written by Nouwen featuring meditations about the spiritual life. The book has been divided into the following: Acknowledgments; Preface; Chapter I Living in the Present, One: A New Beginning, Two: Without "Oughts" and "Ifs", Three: Birthdays, Four: Here and Now, Five: Our Inner Room, Six: With Others, Seven: The Hub of Life; Chapter II Joy, One: Joy and Sorrow, Two: The Choice, Three: Speaking about the Sun, Four: Surprised by Joy, Five: Joy and Laughter, Six: No Victims, Seven: The Fruit of Hope, Eight: Beyond Wishes; Chapter III Suffering, One: Embracing the Pain, Two: A Meal on a Tombstone, Three: A Fellowship of the Weak, Four: Beyond Individualism, Five: Our Desire for Communion, Six: Stepping Over Our Wounds, Seven: Faithful to Our Vocation, Eight: The Way of the Dalai Lama, Nine: The Hurts of Love; Chapter IV Conversion, One: The Spirit of Love, Two: Turn Around, Three: Answer from Above, Four: Invitation to Conversion, Five: Why AIDS?, Six: The Reverse Mission, Seven: God's Questions, Eight: The Burden of Judgment, Nine: Claiming God's Love; Chapter V Disciplined Living, One: Living for the Gold, Two: A Clear Goal, Three: Eternal Life, Four: Spiritual Reading, Five: Reading Spiritually, Six: In Search of Meaning; Chapter VI The Spiritual Life, One: The Still Small Voice, Two: Do You Love Me?, Three: From Fatalism to Faith, Four: Under the Cross, Five: The Grateful Life, Six: The Blessings from the Poor, Seven: Adam's Gift, Eight: Two by Two; Chapter VII Prayer, One: Mother Teresa's Answer, Two: From Worrying to Prayer, Three: From Mind to Heart, Four: Nothing is Wanting!, Five: Contemplating the Gospel, Six: Pictures on Our Inner Walls, Seven: A Spiritual Milieu; Chapter VIII Compassion, One: From Competition to Compassion, Two : Being the Beloved, Three: Downward Mobility, Four: The Secret Gift of Compassion, Five: Right Where We Are, Six: Suffering with Others, Seven: Together in Silence, Eight: Giving and Receiving, Nine: The Gift of Self-Confrontation, Ten: God's Heart; Chapter IV Family, One: Leaving Father and Mother, Two: Free to Follow Jesus, Three: Forgiveness and Gratitude, Four: Many Mothers and Fathers, Five: To Be Forgiven, Six: Children Are Gifts, Seven: The Pain of Love, Eight: Our Worrying Minds; Chapter X Relationships, One: Complexity of Intimacy, Two: To Be Called Together, Three: Living Witnesses of God's Love, Four: Revealing God's Faithfulness, Five: Living Discipleship Together, Six: Choosing Our Friends; Chapter XI Who We Are, One: We Are God's Beloved Children, Two: Claiming Our Belovedness, Three: The Discipline of Prayer, Four: No Victims of Clock-Time, Five: Preparing for Death, Six: Going Home; Afterword.

The return of the prodigal son: a meditation on fathers, brothers, and sons

Item consists of a book written by Nouwen regarding his experience with and reflection on Rembrandt's The Return of the Prodigal Son. The book has been divided into the following: The Story of Two Sons and Their Father; Prologue: Encounter with a Painting; Introduction: The Younger Son, the Elder Son, and the Father; Part I: The Younger Son, 1. Rembrandt and the Younger Son, 2. The Younger Son Leaves, 3. The Younger Son's Return; Part II: The Elder Son, 4. Rembrandt and the Elder Son, 5. The Elder Son Leaves, 6. The Elder Son's Return; Part III: The Father, 7. Rembrandt and the Father, 8. The Father Welcomes Home, 9. The Father Calls for a Celebration; Conclusion: Becoming the Father; Epilogue: Living the Painting; Notes; Acknowledgments.
As is stated on the back cover: ". . . .The painting has become a mysterious window through which I can step into the Kingdom of God. It is like a huge gate that allows me to move to the other side of existence and look from there back into the odd assortment of people and events that make up my daily life."

Een parel in Gods ogen: gedachten over de betekenis van een mensenleven

Item consists of a book written by Nouwen about living a spiritual life. The book is a Dutch translation of Life of the beloved: spiritual living in a secular world. The book has been divided into the following: Acknowledgements; Prologue: A Friendship Begins; Being the Beloved; Becoming the Beloved 1. Taken; 2. Blessed; 3. Broken; 4. Given; Loving as the Beloved; and Epilogue: A Friendship Deepens.

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