The Piano Man's Daughter

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First edition

The Piano Man's Daughter is a novel by Timothy Findley, first published in 1995 by HarperCollins Canada. It was a nominee for the 1995 Giller Prize.

Summary[edit]

In the novel, narrator Charlie Kilworth recounts the history of his family, concentrating on his mother Lily and his grandmother Ede to find out who is his real father.

Adaptation[edit]

The novel was adapted into a television film in 2003 by Sullivan Entertainment.