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50 Results
The wars —Findley, Timothy, 1930-2002.
DAISY Sound Recording
2001
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In 1915, Robert Ross, a young Canadian, enlists in the army as an officer. His experiences in a training camp, in the trenches in Europe, and with death are vividly told. Some strong language and explicit descriptions of...

The piano man's daughter —Findley, Timothy, 1930-2002.
DAISY Sound Recording
2005
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In 1939, a young piano tuner, Charlie Kilworth, faces two enigmatic questions: who was his father, and, given the madness which afflicts his mother, does he dare become a father himself? Drawing on the memories of those...

Not wanted on the voyage —Findley, Timothy, 1930-2002.
DAISY Sound Recording
2001
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A powerful retelling of the tale of Noah and his family, and the first time the world ended. Winner of the 1986 Torgi Talking Book of the Year Award. Descriptions of sex. Canada Reads 2008.

Journeyman travels of a writer —Findley, Timothy, 1930-2002.
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2005

A record of some of the voyages, real and imagined, that inspired and informed the author's award-winning fiction, non-fiction, and theatrical works. Also includes a selection of his many journal entries, letters, poems,...

Dinner along the Amazon —Findley, Timothy, 1930-2002.
DAISY Sound Recording
2006
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The stories range from the powerful, haunting "Lemonade", where a young boy's world is shattered by his mother's self-destruction, to the title story, an unusual journey into the complexities of modern relationships. 198...

The telling of lies a mystery —Findley, Timothy, 1930-2002.
DAISY Sound Recording
2005
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In her diary, Nessa Van Horne records the events that occur when wealthy Calder Maddox is murdered. The author uses the mystery to examine the psychology of the suspects. 1988 winner of the Edgar Allan Poe Award. Bestsel...

Le dernier des fous roman —Findley, Timothy, 1930-2002.
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2009

C'est un été brulant et sec, dans la grande maison d'une famille aisée, vers la fin des années soixante, au Canada. Le jeune Hooker Winslow, lors de vacances solitaires, tente de déchiffrer le monde. Un monde pour l...

Les robes bleues roman —Findley, Timothy, 1930-2002.
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2004

Pour son dixième roman, l'écrivain canadien nous offre un mélodrame sur fond théâtral (Stratford, Ontario). Une décoratrice, mariée à un bel acteur, voit celui-ci se détacher d'elle, tente de se venger et finit ...

Inside memory pages from a writer's workbook —Findley, Timothy, 1930-2002.
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2001

This collection of essays, journalistic pieces and diary entries provides a glimpse into the mind of author Timothy Findley. He describes his unusual research methods and gives his impressions and thoughts about other li...

From Stone Orchard a collection of memories —Findley, Timothy, 1930-2002.
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2002

In the 1960s, Timothy Findley and his partner, William Whitehead, moved to a gently tumbling-down 19th-century farmhouse in southern Ontario. It was here that Findley wrote some of his most well known novels. Findley pre...

Not wanted on the voyage —Findley, Timothy, 1930-2002.
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2001

A powerful retelling of the tale of Noah and his family, and the first time the world ended. Winner of the 1986 Torgi Talking Book of the Year Award. Descriptions of sex. Canada Reads 2008.

Elizabeth Rex —Findley, Timothy, 1930-2002.
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2002

This drama brings together William Shakespeare and Queen Elizabeth I, as they and the members of Shakespeare's acting troupe discuss what makes a man a man and a woman a woman. Much of the dialogue is between Elizabeth, ...

Dust to dust stories —Findley, Timothy, 1930-2002.
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2003

A collection of stories which explore the everyday acts of living and loving within the consciousness of mortality. Some strong language. 1997.

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