Timothy Findley Message Board

Rafael posts on 4/7/2005 8:11:42 PM I just finished reading this excellent book. Here are some examples of loss of innocence in it, as requested by Jessica: 1Rowena- This character is immersed in a state of perennial childishness. Her death awakens Robert to the harsh realities of life. (Continues)
Jessica posts on 4/7/2005 4:22:39 PM Im doing a project in English and i need to find examples of "loss of innocence" in the Novel can anyone help me..?
help needed posts on 4/6/2005 11:35:44 PM hi im readin THE WARS....i need two pages on the style of the book from pages 75 to 110...with page references...any1 who could help?? thanx

student posts on 4/4/2005 5:19:50 PM I am currently reading headhunter as part of a study on Findley's writing. However i am having difficulty understanding it. Can anyone help clarify this?
Help Me posts on 3/28/2005 1:47:57 PM Hi, im reading the book " the wars" by Timothy Findley and i have assignment due in a few days plus i have other stuff to do .... by chance could someone summarize the first chapter for me. I have many things to do and this would help me out greatly. Thank you, ill check posts later
FLEX posts on 3/27/2005 1:36:03 AM I've been reading Timothy Findley's Short stories and I read his short story title "Dreams" and I have a hard time interpreting the whole message of the story,especially at the end. It really confused with me. Does anyone have a clue.
Irene K posts on 2/1/2005 8:15:50 PM Robert Ross is a canadian. If you are unable to pick that up from the novel, then I do not think that you should be posting summaries of The Wars on the internet. It would be appreciative if you would alter/fix your previous posting to include Robert Ross as a canadian. It is appaling that you would make such a supposition as to the nationality of Robert Ross. Timothy Findley was canadian, and I don't think he would of enjoyed your interpretation of his novel.
bob posts on 1/31/2005 7:21:40 PM what are the main comparisons to the wars and farewell to arms?
Rashi posts on 1/30/2005 8:29:23 AM How is Timothey Findley's The Wars related to alienation?
Anonymous posts on 1/20/2005 3:07:07 PM This book literally doesnt have any summary or notes for it someone post there work
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