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  1. Butterfly Plague by Timothy Findley, 1990
  2. Not Wanted on the Voyage by Timothy Findley, 2006
  3. The Wars by Timothy Findley, 2005
  4. Headhunter by Timothy Findley, 1999
  5. Pilgrim: A Novel by Timothy Findley, 2001-02-01
  6. Spadework by Timothy Findley, 2003-09-04
  7. Dinner along the Amazon (Penguin Short Fiction) by Timothy Findley, 1985-11-06
  8. The Telling of Lies by Timothy Findley, 1988-08-01
  9. Stones by Timothy Findley, 1990-01-01
  10. Pilgrim by Timothy Findley, Isabelle Maillet, 2002-04-30
  11. The Other Side of Dailiness: Photography in the Works of Alice Munro, Timothy Findley, Michael Ondaatje, and Margaret Laurence by Lorraine York, 1987-06-01
  12. Writing on Trial: Timothy Findley's Famous Last Words (Canadian Fiction Studies series) by Diana Brydon, 1995-01-01
  13. Front Lines: The Fiction of Timothy Findley by Lorraine York, 1991-06-01
  14. Paying Attention: Critical Essays on Timothy Findley

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2. Timothy Findley Biography
Timothy Findley biography and related resources. Timothy Findley (October 30, 1930 June 20, 2002) was a Canadian novelist and playwright, who was one of Canada's most famous
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Biography Base Home Link To Us Search Biographies: Browse Biographies A B C D ... Z Timothy Findley Biography Timothy Findley (October 30, 1930 - June 20, 2002) was a Canadian novelist and playwright, who was one of Canada's most famous writers.
Born in Toronto, Ontario, Findley was raised in the upper class Rosedale district of the city. He pursued a career in the arts, studying dance and acting, and had significant success as an actor before turning to writing.
His first two novels, The Last of the Crazy People (1967) and The Butterfly Plague (1969), were rejected by Canadian publishers and were eventually published in Britain. Published to great critical acclaim, Findley's third novel The Wars went on to win the Governor General's Award for fiction and was adapted for film in 1981.
Timothy Findley received a Governor General's Award, the Canadian Authors Association Award, an ACTRA Award, the Order of Ontario, the Ontario Trillium Award, and he was appointed an Officer of the Order of Canada. He was a founding member and chair of the Writers' Union of Canada, and a president of the Canadian chapter of PEN International.
His writing was heavily influenced by Jungian psychology, and mental illness, gender and sexuality were frequent recurring themes in his work. His characters often carried dark personal secrets, and were often conflicted sometimes to the point of psychosis by these burdens.

3. Findley, Timothy From HarperCollins Publishers
Findley, Timothy Timothy Findley was one of Canada’s most compelling and best loved writers, from the publication of his first novel in 1967 until his death in June 2002.
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4. Timothy Findley - Canadian Books & Authors
Works include The Wars, The Piano Man's Daughter, and Pilgrim.
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5. Findley, Timothy. THE BUTTERFLY PLAGUE. At Bookfever.com
Findley, Timothy. THE BUTTERFLY PLAGUE. New York Viking, 1969. at bookfever.com
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6. Findley, Timothy [1930-202] THE TELLING OF LIES: A Mystery. At Bookfever.com
Findley, Timothy 1930202 THE TELLING OF LIES A Mystery. New York Delta Fiction, (1988.) at bookfever.com
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9. Timothy Findley - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Findley, Timothy Alternative names Short description Date of birth October 30, 1930 Place of birth Toronto, Ontario Date of death June 21, 2002 Place of death
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    One of three sons, Findley was born in Toronto Ontario , to Allan Gilmour Findley, a stockbroker, and his wife, the former Margaret Maude Bull. His paternal grandfather was president of Massey-Harris, the farm-machinery company. He was raised in the upper class Rosedale district of the city, attending boarding school at St. Andrew's College (although leaving during grade 10 for health reasons). He pursued a career in the arts, studying dance and acting, and had significant success as an actor before turning to writing. He was part of the original Stratford Festival company in the 1950s, acting alongside

10. Pilgrim -- Book Review
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The works of awardwinning Canadian novelist and playwright Timothy Findley examine the nature of power in society and the struggle to understand and achieve what is right.
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Findley, Timothy (1930-2002) page: Award-winning Canadian writer Timothy Findley produced works in a number of genres, including plays, novels, and short stories. While his works are impossible to pigeon-hole, they often examine the nature of power in society and the struggle of people to understand and achieve what is right. Timothy Irving Frederick Findley"Tiff" to his friendswas born into a prosperous Toronto family on October 30, 1930 and grew up in the fashionable Rosedale section of the city. His father was the first person outside of the founding families to head the Massey-Ferguson company. His mother's family had a piano factory. Sponsor Message.

12. Famous Last Words By Timothy Findley
Famous Last Words by Timothy Findley book cover, description, publication history.
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Fantastic Fiction Authors F Timothy Findley ... Awards Famous Last Words A novel by Timothy Findley Famous Last Words is part-thriller, part-horror story; it is also a meditation on history and the human soul. In the final days of the Second World War, Hugh Selwyn Mauberley scrawls his desperate account on the walls and ceilings of his ice-cold prison high in the Austrian Alps. Officers of the liberating army discover his frozen, disfigured corpse and his astonishing testament - the sordid truth that he alone possessed. Fascinated but horrified, they learn of a dazzling array of characters caught up in a scandal and political corruption. Similar Books by other authors... Used availability for Timothy Findley's Famous Last Words See all available used copies of this book at: Abebooks UK or Abebooks US writeebayheader("Timothy Findley", "Famous Last Words");
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Born in Toronto in 1930, Timothy Findley began his artistic career studying dance and then later theatre. Findley became quite successful as an actor, even acting alongside Sir Alec Guinness at the Stratford Festival in the 1950s. In fact, it was not until he became friends with the actress Ruth Gordon that Findley even considered writing as a vocation. It was after his first short story was published in The Tamarack Review , that Gordon was able to convince him that he should give up acting and concentrate on writing fiction. Findley's first success as a novelist, however, did not come in Canada. His first two novels, The Last of the Crazy People (1967) and The Butterfly Plague (1969), were rejected by Canadian publishers and were eventually published in Britain. This all changed, however, with The Wars (1977). Published to great critical acclaim, Findley's third novel went on to win the Governor General's Award for fiction and was adapted for film in 1981. Since then he has published five more novels, each helping to establish his reputation as one of Canada's most popular and beloved novelists. Famous Last Words (1981) became another bestseller for Findley. Set during WorldWar Two, this complex and thrilling novel of political intrigue has Hugh Selwyn Mauberley as one of its central characters.

14. Findley, Timothy 1930– - Critical Essay By Ian Mclachlan Summary | BookRags.co
Findley, Timothy 1930– Critical Essay by Ian Mclachlan. Findley, Timothy 1930– - Critical Essay by Ian Mclachlan summary with 4 pages of encyclopedia entries, research
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15. Perceptions: FINDLEY TIMOTHY
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16. Timothy Findley The World Of Tiffiness
Obituary, selected works, articles, and audio/video files. From the CBC.
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one morning when someone found him sniffing rocks and seaweed on a beach in British Columbia. He was searching for authenticity, this time trying to experience what an animal might sense for his novel Not Wanted on the Voyage , a mythical story of the occupants of Noahs ark. Findley, Tiff to his many friends, was one of Canada's most celebrated writers, earning international acclaim as a master storyteller. Among his memorable works: The Wars, Famous Last Words, The Piano Man's Daughter, The Telling of Lies, Pilgrim and the play Elizabeth Rex. His most recent novel, Spadework , appeared in the fall of 2001.

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Lust. Infidelity. Betrayal. Murder. On a summer evening in Stratford, Ontario, the errant thrust of a gardener's spade slices a telephone cable into instant silence. The resulting disconnection is devastating. With the failure of one call to reach the house, an ambitious young actor becomes the victim of sexual blackmail. The blocking of a second call leads tragically to murder. And when a Bell Canada repairman arrives to mend the broken line, his innocent yet irresistible male beauty has explosive consequences. In Spadework , Timothy Findley, a master storyteller and playwright, has created an electric wordplay of infidelity and morality set on the stage of Stratford, Ontario, Findley's home territory. In this fictional portrait of Canada's preeminent theater town, intrigue, passion, and ambition are always waiting in the wings. Findley peoples the town with theater folk, artists, writers, and visitors (both welcome and unwelcome), and with lives that are immediately recognizable as "Findley-esque" the lonely, the dispossessed, and the sexually troubled. A story that ripples with ever-widening repercussions, a sensual, witty, and completely absorbing novel

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Auteur canadien (19302002) Pilgrim de Timothy Findley. Le vendredi 8 juillet 2005 par Rapha lle Ce roman est passionnant.
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Le romancier et dramaturge canadien Timothy Findley est né le 30 octobre 1930 à Toronto , au sein d’une famille aisée vivant dans le quartier résidentiel de Rosedale. Après s’être consacré quelque temps aux arts de la scène (il sera notamment comédien, puis membre fondateur, en 1953, du Stratford Shakespearean Festival), M. Findley se voue à l’écriture de son premier roman, qui paraîtra en 1967. Le dernier des fous The Last of the Crazy People ), est un huis clos familial vu à travers le regard et la sensibilité d’un petit garçon de onze ans. Dans cette histoire sont évoqués certains thèmes qui vont devenir récurrents dans l’oeuvre de Timothy Findley, comme la folie et la solitude, sans oublier les rapports familiaux conflictuels, aux conséquences souvent désastreuses. C’est après la sortie de son troisième ouvrage

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Genre Short Story (15 pp.) Keywords Children, Communication, Death and Dying, DoctorPatient Relationship, Empathy, Family Relationships, Hospitalization, Love, Memory, Mental Illness
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Findley, Timothy 1930– Critical Essay by Bruce Pirie. Findley, Timothy 1930– - Critical Essay by Bruce Pirie summary with 7 pages of encyclopedia entries, research
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