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Timothy Findley J. Sluistra
Timothy Irving Frederick Findley was a Canadian novelist and playwright He was also informally known by the nickname Tiff or Tiffy, an acronym of his initials.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 Alec Guinness, and appeared in the first production of Thornton Wilder s The Matchmaker at the Edinburgh Festival He also played Peter Pupkin in Sunshine Sketches, the CBC Television adaptation of Stephen Leacock s Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town.Though Findley had declared his homosexuality as a teenager, he married actress photographer Janet Reid in 1959, but the union lasted only three months and was dissolved by divorce or annulment two years later Eventually he became the domestic partner of writer Bill Whitehead, whom he met in 1962 Findley and Whitehead also collaborated on several documentary projects in the 1970s, including the television miniseries The National Dream and Dieppe 1942.Through Wilder, Findley became a close friend of actress Ruth Gordon, whose work as a screenwriter and playwright inspired Findley to consider writing as well After Findley published his first short story in the Tamarack Review, Gordon encouraged him to pursue writing actively, and he eventually left acting in the 1960s.Findley s first two novels, The Last of the Crazy People 1967 and The Butterfly Plague 1969 , were originally published in Britain and the United States after having been rejected by Canadian publishers Findley s third novel, The Wars, was published to great acclaim in 1977 and went on to win the Governor General s Award for English language fiction It 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 in 1985 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 typical of the Southern Ontario Gothic style Findley, in fact, first invented its name and was heavily influenced by Jungian psychology 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.He publicly mentioned his homosexuality, passingly and perhaps for the first time, on a broadcast of the programme The Shulman File in the 1970s, taking flabbergasted host Morton Shulman completely by surprise.Findley and Whitehead resided at Stone Orchard, a farm near Cannington, Ontario, and in the south of France In 1996, Findley was honoured by the French government, who declared him a Chevalier de l Ordre des arts et des lettres.Findley was also the author of several dramas for television and stage Elizabeth Rex, his most successful play, premiered at the Stratford Festival of Canada to rave reviews and won a Governor General s award His 1993 play The Stillborn Lover was adapted by Shaftesbury Films into the television film External Affairs, which aired on CBC Television in 1999 Shadows, first performed in 2001, was his last completed work Findley was also an active mentor to a number of young Canadian writers, including Marnie Woodrow and Elizabeth Ruth.
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☆ De eeuwige oorlog ð Timothy Findley J. Sluistra
Timothy Findley J. Sluistra200Timothy Findley J. Sluistra