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Prairie Immigration Experience: Ed Kleiman fonds

 

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Institution: University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections

Collection Identifier: MSS 170 (A.01-15)

Title: Ed Kleiman fonds

Dates: 1957-1998

Extent: 1.13 m of textual records

Biographical Sketch: Ed Kleiman graduated from the University of Manitoba in 1953. Six years later he received an M.A. from the University of Toronto with Northrop Frye as his thesis supervisor. In 1961 he returned to Winnipeg and started as a lecturer with the English Department of the University of Manitoba. He was an Associate Professor at the time of his retirement in 1996. Beyond his academic career, Kleiman found time to write three books of short stories and numerous articles. His first book The Immortals, published by Newest Press in 1980, delves into the lives of families living in Winnipeg's ethnic and culturally diverse North End. Eight years later A New-Found Ecstasy was published by Newest Press and in 1998 The World Beaters was published by Thistledown Press.

Digitized Material: The digitized material from the Ed Kleiman fonds includes several manuscripts of short stories written by Kleiman that detail the immigrant experiences of varying nationalities and ethnicities, primarily set in Winnipeg's north end.

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