Ford Madox Ford - A Dual Life: The After-War World

Ford Madox Ford - A Dual Life: The After-War World

by Max Saunders
     
 


The second volume of Saunder's biography takes up the story in 1916, when Ford enlisted in the army, and follows him through post-war Europe to his death in 1939. During this period, Ford solidified his canonical status in modern literature. Saunders analyzes Ford's post-war masterpiece, Parade's End, and describes the founding of the TransatlanticSee more details below

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The second volume of Saunder's biography takes up the story in 1916, when Ford enlisted in the army, and follows him through post-war Europe to his death in 1939. During this period, Ford solidified his canonical status in modern literature. Saunders analyzes Ford's post-war masterpiece, Parade's End, and describes the founding of the Transatlantic Review, the influential literary journal that published Hemingway, Ezra Pound, Picasso, and many more major writers and artists.

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"A work of masterly critical scholarship, detailed, measured, objective, fair and understanding....A notable addition to scholarly biography."--Alan Judd, The Spectator

"I would sooner read Saunders, a delicate and sensitive critic...than anyone else on Ford's writing....The best book there now is on Ford."--Tony Tanner, Times Literary Supplement

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780192126085
Publisher:
Oxford University Press, USA
Publication date:
11/14/1996
Pages:
728
Product dimensions:
6.38(w) x 9.44(h) x 1.65(d)

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