2002 - CLUEB
Ford Madox Ford and The republic of letters
xviii, 221 p.
- Includes bibliographical references.
- Collected essays.
- Ford Madox Ford (1873-1939), writer.
- Ford, Ford Madox, 1873-1939 -- Criticism and interpretation
- Ford, Ford Madox, 1873-1939 -- Friends and associates
- Ford, Ford Madox, 1873-1939 -- Knowledge and learning
In this volume
- A Tribute to Malcolm Bradbury
- Ford and European Modernism: War, Time, and Parade's End
- Anectode as a Resource in the Writings of Ford Madox Ford
- "Scientific Historian" versus "Social Historian": Ford Madox Ford's Historic Sense
- An "Historian's Metods" ?
- The Feminine at the Front
- Ford's Art of Reading: Rethinking the Canon as a Trans-Historical Textual Community
- Mapping the Private Life and the Literary Canon: Ford Madox Ford's Mightier than the Sword
- A Proto-Modernist Artist-Critic Encounters a Victorian Painter-Poet. Ford Madox Ford on Dante Gabriel Rossetti
- The Marsden Case for the Canon
- Ford Madox Ford: Publishing and Publicity
- Ford's Biopolitics: Great Trade Route and the Philosophy of the Kitchen Garden
- The Clitter of Small Sounds: Desire and the Audible in Ford Madox Ford's A Call; the Tale of Two Passions
- Ford, England and the American Scene
- What James Knew. The "Saddest Story" of Ford and James
- Family and the Novel in European Modernism: Thomas Mann's Buddenbrooks and Ford Madox Ford's The Good Soldier
- Lawrence Durrel, Ford Madox Ford and Robert Louis Stevenson
- The Mad Woman we Love. Ford Madox Ford, Rebecca West and Henry James
- Ford Madox Ford, Stella Bowen, Jean Rhys, Jean Lenglet: Quartet whit Variations
- How Should We Read Ford?
- A Hidden Tragedy: The Good Soldier
- Hiding the Narrative: The Spaces of Fiction in The Good Soldier
- Photography and Other Simulacra in The Good Soldier
- Language Disturbances and Freudian unheimlich in The Good Soldier