"Timothy Findley 1930-2002." Descant 33.4 (Winter 2002): 11-12.

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Seddon, Elizabeth. "The Reader as Actor in the Novels of Timothy Findley" Future Indicative: Literary Theory and Canadian Literature. Ed. John Moss. Ottawa: U of Ottawa P, 1987. 213-220.

Rogers, Kate. "Timothy Findley: A Finely-Tuned Empathy" B&A: New Fiction. Spring 1997: 38-41.
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Timothy Findley and the Aesthetics of Fascism: ..

D’haen, Theo. "Timothy Findley: Magical Realism and the Canadian Postmodern" Multiple Voices: Recent Canadian Fiction. Ed. Jeanne Delbaere. Sydney: Dangaroo, 1990. 217-33.

Summers, Alison. "Interview with Timothy Findley" Canadian Literature 91 (1981): 49-55.
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Hastings, Tom. "‘Their Fathers Did It to Them’: Findley’s Appeal to the Great War Myth of a Generational Conflict in The Wars" Essays on Canadian Writing 64 (1998): 85-103.

Timothy Findley: Anatomy of a Writer. Dir. Terence Macartney-Filgate. National Film Board, 1992.
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____. Timothy Findley and the Aesthetics of Fascism: Intertextual Collaboration and Resistance. New Canadian Criticism Series. Vancouver: Talonbooks, 1998.

Timothy Findley (Obituary) - The Canadian Encyclopedia

Billingham, Susan E. "Fraternizing with the Enemy: Constructions of Masculinity in the Short Fiction of Timothy Findley" Yearbook of English Studies 31 (2001): 205-17.

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Cooke, John. The Influence of Painting on Five Canadian Writers: Alice Munro, Hugh Hood, Timothy Findley, Margaret Atwood, and Michael Ondaatje. Lewiston, : Edwin Mellen, 1996.

timothy findley – The Pluviophile Writer

Dellamora, Richard. "Becoming-Homosexual/ Becoming-Canadian: Ironic Voice and the Politics of Location in Timothy Findley’s Famous Last Words" Double Talking: Essays on Verbal and Visual Ironies in Contemporary Canadian Art and Literature. Ed. Linda Hutcheon. Toronto: ECW, 1992. 172-200.

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I am now writing Findley's biography. My publisher, Iris Tupholme at Harper-Collins Canada, had talked first with Findley and Whitehead and said they were enthusiastic. At the time I thought: this is an imagination I would like to know intimately; it is a mind I could never exhaust. I had hoped for long conversations with Tiff. Now my conversations with him will take place within the pages of his books. And those who watched or participated in his life will speak of its meaning.

Stones by Timothy Findley – The Pluviophile Writer

As I begin my reading, I hold to a comment he made about : "Dreadful things happen, but the book ends up saying 'Yes!' " That's what moves me about Timothy Findley: despite the darkness he perceived, he always found the stamina to affirm.