Ford Madox Ford

Ford Madox Ford
Author : Frank MacShane
Publisher : Psychology Press
Total Pages : 271
Release : 1997
ISBN 10 : 0415159210
ISBN 13 : 9780415159210
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Ford Madox Ford Book Description:

Founder of the English Review/Translantic Review Writings include: The Good Soldier, Parade's End, Fifth Queen. Volume covers the period 1892-1900.


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