Timothy Findley was a well-acclaimed Canadian novelist and playwright known for his proficient writing in various genres. He started learning dancing and acting at an early age but his success as an actor was short lived. He joined the Stratford Festival Company and did prominent roles in some popular plays. He further went on to publish his first short story titled ‘Tamarack Review’. This was appreciated by the masses which motivated him to further write novels. His first two novels titled ‘The Last Of The Crazy People’ and ‘The Butterfly Plague’ fascinated the masses with its expressive style of writing and for using an extensive vocabulary. This was followed by the two most notable novels of his life titled ‘The Wars’ and ‘Famous Last Words’ (1981). These novels turned out to be a great success and ‘The Wars’ brought him the ‘Governor General’s Award For Fiction’. He even managed to be a successful scriptwriter and was honored with the ‘ACTRA Award for writing the script of the series ‘The National Dream’. Go through the famous quotes and sayings by the renowned writer which have been compiled from his writings. Read on the compilation of quotations and thoughts by Timothy Findley.