Critical Writings of Ford Madox Ford
U of Nebraska Press, 1 de jan. de 1964 - 167 páginas
Novelist, poet, literary critic, editor, a founding father of English Modernism, and one of the most significant novelists of the twentieth century, Ford Madox Ford (1873-1939) was the author of over eighty books, editor of The English Review and The Transatlantic Review, and collaborator with Joseph Conrad on The Inheritors, Romance, and other works. His most famous novel is The Good Soldier (1915). This collection contains essays and letters on the English novel, impressionism, vers libre, Joseph Conrad, H. G. Wells, Henry James, Herbert Read, and Ernest Hemingway.
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The English Novel
Letters to John Galsworthy H G Wells Herbert Read
Introduction to A Farewell to Arms
ImpressionismSome Speculations 199
Letter to Lucy Masterman
The March of Literature
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