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by Timothy Findley
Author: Timothy Findley
Publisher: Penguin Books (January 1, 2005)
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Timothy Findley (1930-2002) was one of Canada's most compelling and best-loved writers.
Timothy Findley (1930-2002) was one of Canada's most compelling and best-loved writers. He is the author of The Wars, which won the Governor General's Award and established him as one of Canada's leading writers, as well as Pilgrim and The Piano Man's Daughter, both finalists for The Giller Prize. All the Findlay elements are here in this novel: intrigue, mystery, psycho-analysis, and moral ambiguity.
and i found it both intriguing and suspenseful. Recommended for the interesting writing style, the "possible" story line, and the suspense.
Famous Last Words book. you can tell he was an actor also because that kind of a theatrical sense comes through in his writing
Famous Last Words book. In the final days of the Second World War, Hugh Selwyn Mauberley. you can tell he was an actor also because that kind of a theatrical sense comes through in his writing. Loved this book, so if you get a chance to read it, you should.
Fascinated but horrified, they learn of a dazzling array of characters caught up in scandal and political corruption. The exiled Duke and Duchess of Windsor, von Ribbentrop, Hitler, Charles Lindbergh, Sir Harry Oakes-all play sinister parts in an elaborate scheme to secure world.
Famous Last Words is a 1981 novel by Canadian author Timothy Findley, in which Hugh Selwyn Mauberley (originally from the Ezra Pound poem of the same name) is the main character. In the book Findley poses a few ideas involving the flight of Rudolf Hess into Scotland.
The Last of the Crazy People. The Butterfly Plague. Not Wanted on the Voyage.
Also by Timothy Findley. The Last of the Crazy People. The Piano Man’s Daughter.
Eat, she said to her son. You must. And she handed him the plate, which he could only stare at and put in his lap because it seemed ungrateful to hand it back to her. w that she was looking at him strangely, as from another time. It was perhaps the afternoon light that caused this effect and the gentle, silent rain that misted the windows
Timothy Findley was born in 1930. In 1981 Famous Last Words was published. This fictionalization of Hugh Selwyn Mauberley by Ezra Pound, a work that was already a "fictional fact," examines fascism.
Timothy Findley was born in 1930. A native of Toronto, Canada, novelist and playwright Timothy Findley initially embarked upon an acting career. Findley worked for the Canadian Stratford Festival and later, after study at London's Central School of Speech and Drama, he toured Britain, Europe, and the United States as a contract player. While performing in The Matchmaker by Thornton Wilder, Findley was encouraged by the playwright to write fiction.
ISBN 10: 057120905X ISBN 13: 9780571209057. Publisher: Gardners Books, 2001.
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