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"If there is any English critic worth reading on Modernism it is Ford Madox Ford, whose Critical Essays remind us that he was one of the first to admire Joyce's Ulysses and one of the bravest to argue with E.M. Forster."
-The Times (London)
"This collection contains more unexpected fun, more delighted, chatty wisdom, than any other book of criticism you could think of."
"In Critical Essays, a new selection of Ford's previously uncollected writings on literature and art, there are sweeping dicta aplenty."
-The American Scholar