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Ford Madox Ford: A Dual Life (9780192100153): Max Saunders
Max Saunders's biography does full justice to the complications of Ford's life and art ... Ford Madox Ford A Dual Life: Volume II: The After-War World (Volume 2) ...

Ford believed in the aesthetic principle of impressionism, claiming he had ‘for facts a most profound contempt’. By the end of his life, however, Ford had fallen into growing disrepute, and as Saunders points out, his work remained largely unpublished until the late 1960s. Ford, Saunders reminds us in his introduction, was acknowledged by major writers of the twentieth century as bearing a significant influence upon their own writing.

His most influential works include tetralogy (1924-1928), although Ford’s contribution to the literary landscape of his time also comprised critical writing, poetry, and non-fictional works on Englishness or the war. Saunders provides a ground-breaking reading of Ford's post-war masterpiece, , 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. Moving to Paris after the war, he played yet again a significant role among the expatriate English and American writers, launching the.

Ford Hermann Hueffer, then Ford Madox Hueffer, then Ford Madox Ford (1873-1939), was at the centre of intellectual circles in the first three decades of the twentieth century. The second volume of this highly praised critical biography of Ford Madox Ford Follows Ford's life from his enlistment in the army in 1916 to his death in 1939 New paperback edition complete with new foreword considering recent interest in the life and work of Ford The second volume of Max Saunders's magisterial biography of Ford Madox Ford takes up the story from Ford's enlistment in the army and departure for France in 1916. Throughout his career Ford endlessly reinvented himself, and this biography, for the first time, offers a sustained and critical account of his dazzling literary transformations. The new edition has an updated foreword, which salutes the renewed interest and scholarship that Ford’s work has enjoyed over the past fifteen years.

Max Saunders, Ford Madox Ford: a Dual Life
Ford Madox Ford: A Dual Life is a welcome paperback reprint of Max Saunders's ... Volumes 1: The World before the War, 632 p. and 2: The After-War World.

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  • Ford Madox Ford A Dual Life - Max Saunders - Oxford University Press
    8 Nov 2012 ...Ford Madox Ford A Dual Life. Volume II: The After-War World. Max Saunders. The second volume of this highly praised critical biography of ...

    Ford Madox Ford A Dual Life: Volume II: The After-War World, Max Saunders

    The narration of Ford’s life is interrupted with pauses for critical readings of his work, offering insight into his best-known novels, but also into some of his minor writing that has only recently started to be published and explored. Max Saunders is Director of the Arts and Humanities Research Institute and Professor of English and Co-Director at the Centre for Life-Writing Research at King's College London. Emprunts et empreintes de la langue étrangère dans la littérature victorienne et édouardienne is a welcome paperback reprint of Max Saunders’s authoritative monograph, which was initially published in 1996.

    Saunders’s elegant prose makes this massive two-volume monograph an enjoyable read, leavened rather than marred by the scrupulous referencing and abundant quoting. Throughout his career Ford endlessly reinvented himself, and this biography, for the first time, offers a sustained and critical account of his dazzling literary transformations. Saunders’s goal in this two-volume work is to establish a ‘critical biography’ of Ford, combining an exhaustively documented account of his life with a scholarly reading of his work.

    This, according to Saunders, is the way in which Ford’s spirit can be ‘rendered’, as Ford would phrase, instead of being fossilized into a definitive account. Ford Hermann Hueffer, then Ford Madox Hueffer, then Ford Madox Ford (1873-1939), was at the centre of intellectual circles in the first three decades of the twentieth century. The deliberate tentativeness of the phrase also constitutes a hallmark for the whole work; it is a means to render Ford’s own complexities—his ‘duality’—whilst resisting the temptation of smoothing out any rough edges, any discrepancy between Ford’s own stories of himself and what emerges of his personality from his critical and literary work, and any inconsistency within these, too. The second volume of this highly praised critical biography of Ford Madox Ford Follows Ford's life from his enlistment in the army in 1916 to his death in 1939 New paperback edition complete with new foreword considering recent interest in the life and work of Ford The second volume of Max Saunders's magisterial biography of Ford Madox Ford takes up the story from Ford's enlistment in the army and departure for France in 1916.

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