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Ford Madox Ford

Novelist (17-Dec-1873 — 26-Jun-1939)

SUBJECT OF BOOKS


Gordon Ambrose, Jr.. The Invisible Tent: The War Novels of Ford Madox Ford. University of Texas Press. 1964. 153pp.

Todd K. Bender. Literary Impressionism in Jean Rhys, Ford Madox Ford, Joseph Conrad, and Charlotte Brontė. Taylor & Francis. 1997. 166pp.

Richard A. Cassell (editor). Critical Essays on Ford Madox Ford. Boston: G. K. Hall. 1987. 194pp.

Richard A. Cassell. Ford Madox Ford: A Study of His Novels. Johns Hopkins University Press. 1961. 307pp.

Nicholas Delbanco. Group Portrait: Joseph Conrad, Stephen Crane, Ford Madox Ford, Henry James and H. G. Wells. London: Faber and Faber. 1982. 224pp.

Douglas Goldring. Trained for Genius: The Life and Writings of Ford Madox Ford. New York: E. P. Dutton. 1949. 304pp.

Douglas Goldring. South Lodge: Reminiscences of Violet Hunt, Ford Madox Ford and the English Review Circle. London: Constable & Co.. 1943. 240pp.

Douglas Goldring. The Last Pre-Raphaelite: A Record of the Life and Writings of Ford Madox Ford. London: MacDonald. 1948. 288pp.

Caroline Gordon. A Good Soldier: A Key to the Novels of Ford Madox Ford. Davis, CA: University of California Library. 1963. By an assistant who served with Ford in the 1920s.

Robert Green. Ford Madox Ford: Prose and Politics. Cambridge University Press. 1981. 218pp.

Robert Hampson. Ford Madox Ford's Modernity. Rodopi. 2003. 323pp.

Robert Hampson; Tony Davenport (editors). Ford Madox Ford: A Reappraisal. Amsterdam: Rodopi. 2002. 199pp.

David Dow Harvey. Ford Madox Ford: A Bibliography of Works and Criticism. Princeton University Press. 1962. 633pp.

Sara Haslam. Fragmenting Modernism: Ford Madox Ford, the Novel and the Great War. Manchester University Press. 2002. 256pp.

Sara Haslam (editor). Ford Madox Ford and the City. Rodopi. 2005. 249pp.

Charles G. Hoffmann. Ford Madox Ford. Twayne. 1967. 147pp. Also an updated edition in 1990.

H. Robert Huntley. The Alien Protagonist of Ford Madox Ford. University of North Carolina. 1970. 194pp.

Alan Judd. Ford Madox Ford. Harvard University Press. 1991. 488pp.

Norman Leer. The Limited Hero in the Novels of Ford Madox Ford. Michigan State University Press. 1966. 235pp.

R. W. Lid. Ford Madox Ford: The Essence of His Art. University of California Press. 1964. 201pp.

Brita Lindberg-Seyersted (editor). A Literary Friendship: Correspondence Between Caroline Gordon and Ford Madox Ford. University of Tennessee Press. 1999.

Brita Lindberg-Seyersted (editor). Pound/Ford: The Story of a Literary Friendship: The Correspondence Between Ezra Pound and Ford Madox Ford and Their Writings About Each Other. London: Faber & Faber. 1982. 222pp.

Richard M. Ludwig (editor). Letters of Ford Madox Ford. Princeton University Press. 1965. 335pp.

Frank MacShane (editor). Ford Madox Ford: The Critical Heritage. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul. 1972. 271pp.

Frank McShane. Mid Twentieth Century Novelists: Ford Madox Ford. London: Routledge. 1997. 288pp.

John A. Meixner. Ford Madox Ford's Novels: A Critical Study. University of Minnesota Press. 1962. 303pp.

Arthur Mizener. Saddest Story: A Biography of Ford Madox Ford. New York: World. 1971. 616pp.

Thomas C. Moser. The Life in Fiction of Ford Madox Ford. Princeton University Press. 1980. 349pp.

Carol Ohmann. Ford Madox Ford: From Apprentice to Craftsman. Wesleyan University Press. 1964. 185pp.

Bernard J. Poli. Ford Madox Ford and the Transatlantic Review. Syracuse University Press. 1967. 179pp.

Karen Marguerite Radell. Affirmation in a Moral Wasteland: A Comparison of Ford Madox Ford and Graham Greene. Peter Lang. 1987. 233pp.

Max Saunders. Ford Madox Ford: A Dual Life: Volume I: The World Before the War. Oxford University Press. 1996. 652pp.

Max Saunders. Ford Madox Ford: A Dual Life: Volume II: The After-War World. Oxford University Press. 1996. 696pp.

Ann Barr Snitow. Ford Madox Ford and the Voice of Uncertainty. Louisiana State University Press. 1984. 242pp.

Sondra J. Stang (editor). The Presence of Ford Madox Ford: A Memoiral Volume of Essays, Poems and Memoirs. University of Philadelphia Press. 1981. 245pp.

Sondra J. Stang; Karen Cochran (editors). The Correspondence of Ford Madox Ford and Stella Bowen. Indiana University Press. 1994. 496pp.

Timothy Weiss. Fairy Tale and Romance in Works of Ford Madox Ford. University Press of America. 1984. 160pp.

Joseph J. Wiesenfarth. Ford Madox Ford and the Regiment of Women: Violet Hunt, Jean Rhys, Stella Bowen, Janice Biala. University of Wisconsin Press. 2005. 264pp.

Paul L. Wiley. Novelist of Three Worlds: Ford Madox Ford. Syracuse University Press. 1962. 321pp.


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  4. Wikipedia [link]

  5. Library of Congress Name Authority [link]

  6. 20th Century Culture: A Biographical Companion (p.233)

  7. Penguin Companion to the Arts in the Twentieth Century (p.90)

  8. New York Public Library Literature Companion (p.90)

  9. Twentieth Century Authors (p.474)

  10. Benet's Readers Encyclopedia, 4th Edition (p.358)

  11. International Dictionary of 20th Century Biography (p.228)

  12. Hutchinson Paperback Dictionary of Biography (p.182)

  13. The Penguin Companion to English Literature (p.190)

  14. The World Almanac Biographical Dictionary (p.20)




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