Arthur Mizener
Publisher: Amazon Digital Services LLC
Pages: 640

‘Ford Madox Ford wrote eighty-one books during his life, thirty-two of them novels...Every one of them shows something about a human imagination perhaps not radically different from other men’s but made to seem so by being revealed to us in unusual detail by these books, and every one of them helps us to understand the process by which Ford slowly learned to reveal his imagination.’Ford Madox Ford is a legendary figure who, like his friends James Joyce and Ezra Pound, came close to the very centre of modern literature. He wrote the masterpieces The Good Soldier and Parade’s End, collaborated extensively with Joseph Conrad, and was the first editor of Finnegans Wake. As editor of literary magazines and one of the most important voices in the literary salons and clubs of the early twentieth century, Ford encouraged and published a truly remarkable group of writers. These include ...
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