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About Ford Madox Ford, Greene says that two of his works, the Tietjens series and The Good Soldier, "stand as high as any fiction written since the death of James.
Jacobs begins by looking at the structural anthropologist Claude Levi-Strauss, then moves to the twentieth-century novelist Ford Madox Ford (the subject of two chapters), Gotthold Lessing, the 18th-century German philosopher and art critic, the translator (as literary critic) Walter Benjamin, and the critic (as deconstructionist) Paul de Man, and concludes with a discussion of two poets, William Wordsworth and Rainer Maria Rilke.
Then consider its pedigree - the revered Tom Stoppard is the writer pulling it all together, from the acclaimed novels of Ford Madox Ford.
Based on a quartet of novels by Ford Madox Ford, Parade's End is a flagship five-part mini-series of which Cumberbatch talks in long, sometimes eloquent, sometimes rambling, monologues.
He explores the extent to which conversion to Catholicism fulfills that desire to return to a Western hegemony, authority, and securing under a justifying transcendental myth, and traces its varying manifestation through the work of Gerard Manley Hopkins, Ford Madox Ford, T.
They constantly refer to British criticism, and Tate hails Ford Madox Ford as "one of the great men of letters in the world" (
Gass will rectify in any future edition), Danilo Kis, Ford Madox Ford, and of course Gertrude Stein roams the pages freely.
Parade's End (BBC2, 9pm) A drama based on the novels of Ford Madox Ford.
Leathart was a patron of the Pre-Raphaelites and family members were painted by Arthur Hughes, Ford Madox Ford and Dante Gabriel Rossetti.
Forster, Ford Madox Ford, William Le Queux, Hector Hugh Munro (Saki), John Buchan, Virginia Woolf, D.
It led him to Paris in the 1920s when it was the hotbed of the literary world - Ernest Hemingway and Ford Madox Ford were there at the time - before he moved on to Italy where he shared a bungalow with WB Yeats and Ezra Pound.