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Timothy Findley
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    (October 30, 1930-June 20, 2002)
    Officer of the Order of Canada
    Wrote ‘The Last Of The Crazy People,’ ‘The Butterfly Plague,’ ‘The Wars,’ ‘The Piano Man’s Daughter’ and ‘Pilgrim’
    His characters are often dark and suffer from a form of psychosis.
    He studied ballet and acting before becoming an author.
    He described his writing as obsessed with screen doors banging, gramophones playing at a distance and rabbits.
    He was a founding member of the Writers Union of Canada.
    He was married in his twenties for three months.
    He smoked.
    He is considered one of Canada’s greatest authors.
    He was an acclaimed actor.
    He was inspired to write after meeting Thornton Wilder, while appearing in one of his plays.
    A critic once said that he is not a prolific writer, but his works are all masterpieces.
    His father was a violent alcoholic.
    He was with his partner for 30 years.

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